The G. O. A. T. Chronicles Series 1.3 Michael Jordan vs. Lebron James: Awards & Accolades

In our last post we analyzed the great players and great teams both MJ and LBJ went up against during their careers. For this post, we want to take a deep dive into the awards and accolades each player received during their historic time in the league.

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The G. O. A. T. Chronicles Series 1.2 Michael Jordan vs. Lebron James: The Competition

Previously in this debate we compared league wide scoring averages MJ and LeBron played through during their careers. We were able to get an understanding of how shot attempts per game (Game Tempo or Pace), plus the rise of the 3 point shot impacted the overall league wide scoring.

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The G. O. A. T. Chronicles Series 1.1 Michael Jordan vs. Lebron James: The Competition

SportsFluent isn’t the first to try and tackle this topic and we certainly won’t be the last. When you try to start analyzing the MJ vs LBJ debate, you quickly begin to realize that as Rabbit Holes go, this one can get extremely large and muddy.

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Why are player loans becoming increasingly popular in the world of football? The good, the bad and the ugly.

In the last 3 decades, the total percentage of loaning players has risen from a mere 6% to 29% of all transfers. That is a significant increase considering the drastic upsurge in the total number of transfers.

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Touch ‘em all Johnny O! Maybe we just rewrote history…

I remember them as WAMCOH, but you could sell me on WHAMCO or even HWAMCO, which doesn’t make for a great acronym, but does make for a very good line up. Actually, HAMOCW makes a lot of sense to me now as I look back and dig through statistics from that insanely good team. Of course I am referring to the 1993 Toronto Blue Jays and the absolute monster mashing unit that was their offense.

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