NBA legend Julius Erving left LeBron James out of his top-two All-Time NBA teams. According to Dr. J, the Los Angeles Lakers star had the luxury of picking his own teams and that played major part in excluding him from Erving’s teams.
“He’s the guy who has led the charge in terms of super teams being put together,” Erving said of James when talking to Chris Haynes on Posted Up podcast.
“You know, when he put together team in Miami, he put together team in Cleveland as well and put together team in Los Angeles. He can pick his own team, I don’t pick his team.”
LeBron is playing his 18th season in the NBA. During this time, he played for three different teams and won four championships.
In Miami, he formed Big Three with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, in Cleveland he teamed up with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love and most recently he joined forces with Anthony Davis in Los Angeles.
Full conversation with Erving: