Some people are so impressed by Lebron's playoff performance that they are starting to say he maybe better than MJ. At one time this argument might have sounded absolutely crazy but Lebron is actually making a good case for greatest of all times.
LBJ is has dominated the league every since he stepped out of high school. Not only has LBJ been a great player himself, it is a proving fact that he actually makes the players around him better.
The making his team better is the argument is the one argument that LBJ fans use to make their case that he is better than Jordan, while Jordan fans love to bring up the six rings and the undefeated in the finals record that Jordan holds.
Micheal Jordan played in an era when the NBA was a lot tougher and grittier. In MJ's time the NBA had teams like the Bad Boy Detroit Pistons. Jordan fans love bring up how tough the NBA was then.
Lebron fans can make the argument that Lebron had to play against more skilled players in the post Jordan era. Yes it is true, players are better and more skilled in today's NBA in comparison to Jordan's time but nobody wants to admit it. Look at the top players in Jordan's time and compare them to Lebron's era. Jordan had Reggie Miller, Karl Malone, Charles Barkley, Dominique Wilkins.
Lebron's era has seen the likes of Kobe Bryant, Dewayne Wade, Kevin Durant, Steph Curry etc.
I'm not putting down Jordan's era, however, I feel like Lebron had a tougher road, not to mention the San Antonio Spurs that won multiple championships under one of the greatest coaches of all times.
Jordan never faced any teams like the Spurs in his era.
As far as who has the most rings and better resume is concerned, I will have to give it to MJ but when it comes to one on one and impact on the game, I have to say there has never been a player like LBJ in NBA history. He just maybe the best overall player we have ever seen.