Good perspective from perhaps the most qualified player in history to empathize with LeBron. Not really comparable in that he had no choice but to stay in Cincinnati in the Celtics' era of domination due to the reserve clause, and the best season for them was 55 wins and 2nd place behind the Celtics. At 32 he was traded to the Bucks, where he won a ring with Kareem in his 2nd NBA season. The Big O's stats were still incredible - 19.7 ppg on .496 FG%, 8.2 ast and 5.7 rebs per game. Then a short paragraph from Rodman essentially saying Pippen was better than Lebron: http://blogs.bulls.com/2010/08/rodman-dont-compare-pippen-to-lebron/?loc=interstitialskip ""People talk about LeBron," said Rodman. "You’ve got to understand, LeBron has no business even being in the same conversation with Scottie. Scottie was the epitome of the (do it all elite player). What do you want me to say? Scottie was great.""