Lebron James is a great player and a champion, but Michael Jordan was the most ruthless player the game has ever known. He was a killer offensively and defensively, and shot over .50 fg from the two guard. His Bulls' teams rated #1 of all time on 538's measure, and his 1995-96 team went 72-10. The Bulls with Jordan, Pippen, and Rodman held the most efficient offensive team in perhaps league history, the Utah Jazz, to 54 pts in a finals game. In an era with multitalented teams that were much deeper than any current team, the Bulls with three stars and some role players took down the Celtics, Pistons, Lakers, Suns, Sonics, and Jazz decisively. That Suns team had Kevin Johnson, Charles Barkley (playing incredible basketball at the time), Dan Majerle, and Jeff Hornacek, among others, as I recall. The Pistons had won two straight championships with the Celtics and Lakers still very strong. The Pistons had Isiah Thomas, Vinnie Johnson, the Microwave, Rodman, James Edwards(?), Joe Dumars, one of the Bruise Brothers, and on and on. That team was loaded. The Bulls took them down. And Jordan, Pippen, and Grant/Rodman were incredibly complementary players. Arguably no break in history, not even Showtime with Magic, Worthy, Coop, et al., was as good as getting steals or defensive rebounds and taking the rock straight to the hole and finishing.