Former Metta World Peace player believes that both Michael Jordan and LeBron James are not worthy of the greatest basketball player of all time.
In recent years, the debate about who is the greatest basketball player of all time has been brought to the two heaviest candidates: Michael Jordan, who completely changed the face of the NBA for the 90s and LeBron James, the best basketball star in modern times.
However, there are some who disagree with that view and Metta World Peace is one of the exceptions. The former Los Angeles Lakers player said that the ideal basketball model must be Wilt Chamberlain, the king of the NBA record. A player named Ron Artest wrote this out on a tweet.
Compared to the two younger juniors, Wilt Chamberlain did not have a great influence on the current generation of basketball viewers. However, despite many of his matches not leaving images, unbelievable records still register Chamberlain up to now, typically his match recorded up to 100 points.
In 14 seasons, the late legend scored an average of 30.1 points and 22.9 rebounds per game. In the history of NBA Professional Basketball League, no one has ever achieved an average of over 30 points and 20 rebounds in a single season, not to mention a career.
However, one thing that makes Wilt inferior to Michael or LeBron, is the number of times Champion. Born at the same time as Bill Russell and the invincible Boston Celtics squad, Chamberlain had only two NBA Championship rings in 1967 and 1972 in the 76ers and the Lakers.