"Versatility" is LeBron James' middle name. Actually, it's Raymone, but you know what I mean.
LeBron is the most complete basketball player in the NBA, and it's really not even close.
He won the league MVP trophy, competed for the scoring title, was a nightly threat to earn a dollar's worth of dimes, came close to 10 boards more than a few times and played enough defense that he was a legitimate candidate for Defensive Player of the Year.
Yes, that's a mouthful, but it's all true and shows just how dominant LeBron can be.
It's well known that LeBron can run the point, and it's a somewhat common belief that he can guard every position on the court. He can, but only if the point guard or center isn't an All-NBA one. He'd struggle against Dwight Howard, for example, but could at least slow a player like Al Horford, an All-Star in his own right.