According to the US media ClutchPoints report, the former NBA player, Jay Williams, recently participated in a program, who talked about who is the best player in history, he said that James can win Jordan one-on-one.
“I have been watching Jordan playing all my life, and I have also played against him. LeBron James is the better one,” Williams said.
“One-on-one, James is more dominant. He is 6’9″ and weighs 260 pounds. He moves like a guard,” Williams continued.
Some fans disagreed with Williams and responded to him like this:
“Too funny, Williams was fighting 40-year-old Jordan.”
“I just want to say that Williams is a business partner of James. He said that James can beat Jordan one-on-one, but he (James) can’t win Beasley in the Heat.”
In 2002, Jay Williams was selected by the NBA Bulls with the 2nd overall pick. In June 2003, Williams had an accident while driving a motorcycle, and NBA’s career ended. After retiring from the NBA, he served as a college basketball commentator.
Williams NBA averaged 26.2 minutes per game and scored 9.5 points, 2.6 rebounds and 4.7 assists.