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If the question is who is the greatest it is Jordan. A one on one matchup on an empty court is a scenario where Lebron's size and skill overwhelm Jordan. He would not have to take any jump shots as he could drive to the basket every time he got the ball. That would make him at/near 100 percent from the floor. Jordan would not be able to do that and would miss an occasional shot - which Lebron would rebound. Discussing a one on one match in a team sport is pointless when trying to say which player is better.
Jordan- It would matter more to him.
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