Channing Frye gave his opinion on who the greatest player of all-time is. The NBA champion said he was never a fan of MJ having LeBron James above him in his all-time list.

That’s what Frey said on the Talkin’ Blazers Podcast, per NBC Sports:

“Not gonna lie, I wasn’t a Jordan fan. I’m from Phoenix [Arizona]. I’m a [Charles] Barkley guy, a Kevin Johnson guy, I’m a ‘Thunder Dan’ [Dan Majerle] guy. So, as much as everyone is shocked, I never had Jordan on my top player of all time anyways… I have LeBron above Michael all time.”

Frye was a part of the Cavaliers team that reached to three consecutive NBA Finals during Lebron James second stint in Cleveland, which included an NBA championship in 2016.

At the same time, he was a fan-favorite for the Phoenix Suns being from Arizona.

In his four-year career in the University of Arizona, Frye averaged 13.5 points, 7.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.9 blocks per game.