Originally Posted by tmacattack33
First of all, Lebron could officially play at center, and then proceed to do whatever the F he wanted to on offense...there is no rule that says a center can't work out on the perimeter.
So, to make this conversation meaninfgul, let's assume when we put Lebron at a certain position, we are going to force him to play like what is expected of that position.
And if we do that, Lebron would be:
PG: Number one or second best behind CP3
SG: Number one
SF: Number one
PF: Behind Aldridge and Kevin Love
C: Behind M. Gasol, Tim Duncan, Garnett, and a healthy Bynum and healthy Dwight
So Lebron would be a top 3 PF & a top 5 center?
You really think he's going to protect the paint on defense??