You can go ahead and credit Michael Jordan with one more assist during the NBA playoffs.
LeBron James sat down with CNN's Rachel Nichols and answered questions with the ease and comfort of a man who just won his second NBA title.
The two had a nice, light chat about where James came from and where he is now in what is already an extremely successful career.
The conversation turned to how King James deals with the pressure, as well as his self-imposed social-media blackout during the playoffs.
But he does manage to watch TV.
It's refreshing to know that one of the best athletes in the world can waste hours upon hours making a dent in his favorite sofa.
While he was apparently catching up on seasons of 24, he also divulged that he was getting in some vital research work, as he revealed old Bulls Finals games made their way into this entertainment rotation.
So many fans and experts have taken it upon themselves to debate whether James is indeed the heir apparent to Michael Jordan, a superfluous argument that will never have any closure.
What's clear is James has made considerable strides in creating his own legacy, one that may one day force others to consider whether there will ever be another like James.
Perhaps, in time, there will be another as-yet-to-be-seen superstar who will sit down and reveal that he got through the tough NBA grind by watching all the success the Miami Heat star had in the Finals.
It's something to consider.
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