25. Jordan Was The Better Scorer
The objective in basketball is to score more points than the opponent. Players who can score the most effectively and efficiently are typically given the highest value. There weren’t many in the history of the game who could put up buckets like MJ.
Though Wilt Chamberlain boasts the highest single-game total, Jordan is regarded as one of the great all-time scorers given his array of scoring capabilities. In 14 full seasons, Jordan led the league in scoring 10 times to LeBron’s one scoring title. Jordan also has nearly three times as many 40- and 50-point performances than James.
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