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Old 10-08-2012, 11:04 PM   #77
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Default Re: Do some people really think Larry Bird couldn't dominate like he did, in this era?

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Originally Posted by SHAQisGOAT
Not at all. Bird had tremendous defensive impact, his team's success (college, NBA) wasn't just because of his amazing offense.
What give LeBron the edge defensively if his athleticism, Bird was one of the GOAT team defenders, good post defender could hold his own m2m on the perimeter but his lateral quickness was average, he couldn't shut guys down on the perimeter.
While I do agree LeBron's better overall defensively, the gap is not big, at all.
If he's such a great defender, why did Mchale have to guard the better scoring forward regardless of position? That's because the coach feels he's a bad defender.
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