Is LeBron the True King ?

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During the 2014 All-Star game, the media requested LeBron list his own Mount Rushmore of all-time NBA league greats. In his list he did not mention any of his peers, or even the greatest champion who ever played the game, Bill Russell. He mentioned that he would achieve the top 4 spot of greatest who ever played the game. Russell, who just turned 80, was asked by reporters what he thought of LeBron’s greatest of all-time list. Russell modestly thanked LeBron for leaving him off the list, and reminded him basketball is not an individual sport; it is a team sport. He went on to mention his basketball career accomplishments: 2 high school state championships, 2 NCAA championships, and 11 NBA championships.