I just checked some stats, and this is what Jordan averaged in the 1988-89 season:
32.5 ppg, on .538 fg%, 8rpg, 8apg, 2.89 spg, 0.8bpg
and here are a few other notable credentials
14 time All-Star
Olympic Gold Medalist—1984, 1992
Five time MVP—1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1998
7 time The Sporting News MVP
Rookie of the Year—1984
Defensive Player of the Year—1988
11 times All-NBA—10 times first team, 1 time second team
9 time All-Defensive First Team
Sports Illustrated "Sportsman of the Year"—1991
Named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History in 1996
Most scoring titles—10
Most NBA Finals MVP awards—6
Highest career scoring average—30.12
Highest career scoring average playoffs—33.45
Most consecutive games scoring in double figures—866
Highest single series scoring average NBA Finals—41.0 (1993)
Lebron is a great player, don't get me wrong, but the guy has a long way to go before he can even be in the discussion.
No, Jordan never did what LeBron did. Jordan never choked in a championship series, in the process turning in one of the worst NBA Finals performances by a team-leading superstar in history.
Michael Jordan was eliminated thrice in the 1st round of the playoffs from 1984-1987, in the process after learning from his past mistakes, and getting a decent supporting casts in the 1990's, he lead the Chicago Bulls to 6th Championship as the team-leading superstar.
Lebron James took a crappy team in the NBA Finals, and that is enough for a 22 yrs.old to carry the burden of making his teammates better because in the end the much superior Spurs is still the better team not because Duncan average only 18 PPG in the NBA Finals, But both Parker and Manu Ginobili played one of the best championship series in their basketball career.
But it's more than safe to say he's WELL on his way to eclipsing Jordans' individual achievements.
Mannn how can you say that, Lebron has been in the League just 4 years, but has exactly:
Titles > 0
MVP's > 0
Finals MVP's > 0
Scoring titles > 0
NBA 1st Teams > 1
and ROY honours...
so as far as individual achievments, Lebron quite frankly has not done all that much, but im sure he will in the next 5 to 10 years, so until he earns MVP or wins a Chip he has no arguement against MJ's achievments...