With one of the most impressive performances in an NBA Finals Game 7, LeBron James put an end to the San Antonio Spurs' hopes of a fifth title in 15 years and helped lead the Miami Heat to repeat as NBA Champions.
James has now reached the benchmark of having won multiple NBA Titles to go along with his multiple (four) MVP trophies.
Although more and more NBA fans and analysts are opening up to the possibility of James' eventual ascension to being the "Greatest Of All Time," few, if any, give LeBron the nod right now—and for good reason.
Michael Jordan's resume is much longer and more prestigious.
It is interesting, however, to put the comparison into perspective and this slideshow will give a year by year comparison of LeBron James' and Michael Jordan's basketball careers from high school age through LeBron's current age of 28 (or high school plus ten seasons).