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Dominique Wilkins Not A Fan Of LeBron James’ 61pts


(Round Table) Atlanta Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins had a really strong opinion devaluing James’ 61 pts last night againt the Bobcats.

We all know that the Bobcats aren’t exactly a defensive threat, but I’m not exactly sure that should take away what James did be it against the lowly Bobcats or not… My issue is when Carmelo Anthony scored his 62 pts against the Bobcats, I didn’t hear nor see anyone giving him his props or gloryfing him. “Oh because it’s the Bobcats, that’s nothing.” OH wait, James just scored one point less than Anthony now everyone wants to make a big deal about it. But not Dominique

Well, he wasn’t impressed as he rifled off multiple reasons as to why James’ night wasn’t all that and suggested we give praise to Al Jefferson for his solid numbers.

No denying he put on a shooting display. He was hot. Let’s not forget, he was playing the Bobcats. A sub 500 team w a match up nightmare.

— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014

 

Why are we not talking about Al Jefferson and the MONSTER night he had 38 and 19! Yes, like I said, Bron got hot & put on a shooting clinic.

— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014

 

It isn’t just about slow rotations & poor closeouts. Who made Bron work on the other end w/ Henderson hurt and Al carrying the team?

— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014

 

Wilkins suggested that James would have found much more difficulty doing that against a player like Michael Jordan, Larry Bird or even Wilkins himself as he would have been forced to play defense.

He has a point, and Yes I agree.

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