The first comparison that can be made between the two is how much effort went into their success. James spent his early years as a basketball star for his high SOHO 01 team. James was recruited by SST. Vincent. Mary high school and joined the team in 1999. As a freshman, James averaged 18 points a game. He helped his team to a Division Ill state tit lee earning 25 points in the championship game. As a sophomore, James was chosen for the USA today Alistair first team. He was the first to be chosen for that award. He also led the team t o another Division II state title; for the second year in a row.
James was having an amazing junior r year when he thought about going pro. His senior year he lead his team to their third state t title and he was averaging 31. 6 points per game. Throughout his whole high school career Jam SE scored 2,657 points, 892 rebounds, and 523 assists. James was then drafted straight into the e NAB and was the first draft pick. During his first year in the NAB, he was awarded rookie of the year. James firs year was with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Comparatively, Michael, had a rough SST art to his high school career. He went to Langley High school in North Carolina.
His sophomore re year he didn’t aka varsity, he was on junior varsity. His junior and senior year, he led his h gig school team to the state playoffs. Michael was then offered a three year scholarship to the LLC university of Carolina, which he accepted. Michael was the fourth freshman to earn a starts Eng spot. Michael then was the third draft pick in the NAB. Michael had to balance his grades in college unlike Lebanon who didn’t go. Jordan started off with a struggle but came out the best Another comparison that can be drawn between the two is the awards given and the value they place on those awards. Lebanon has won two championships and four NV
Up’s. He won both championships with the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013. Jordan on the other ha ND has six championships and five Map’s. In 1 991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, and 1 998 were all six of Cordon’s championships; they were all with the Chicago Bulls. Jordan has been in fourteen all star games while Lebanon has been in nine. Jordan was selected as college play re of the year for the 19831984 season. Lebanon played in the 2004 summer games in Greece. Hi m and his teammates took home the bronze medal. Jordan on the other hand played in the 1984 summer Olympics. He led the U. S to a victory to a 80 to get the gold.
Looking at Jordan statistically overall, he is an amazing basketball player. Jordan scored 32,292 points in the basketball career. He also has 5,633 assists. The last comparison between Jordan and Lebanon is their love for the game. The eye both worked very hard to get to where they are at today. They also gave up much o f their time and dedication. Lebanon showed love for the game when he was little. On the other hand Jordan did not, he started in junior high. Jordan always showed desire to improve and GE t better. Unlike James he didn’t care; he thinks Hess the best Jordan always tried to help his et m, and teammates improve.
Lebanon just only cared about himself. Jordan has showed more love for the game because he cares and shows pure dedication to the game. Though the two players are very alike, there are many differences that set the m apart. The two are very different based on their success, awards received and the love of r the game. Jordan to this day is still involved with basketball. He is a part owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. Jordan still remains popular today, the only thing that has changed his is age. However re,Jordan is the better of the two players.