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Karl Malone shares if he would have rather played with LeBron James or Michael Jordan

The GOAT debate between Michael Jordan and LeBron James might be a fiery dispute that often results in MJ's favor, but when you are talking about who you would rather have on your team, the conversation gets a bit more interesting. Two different mindsets Despite being arguably two of the greatest basketball players to ever play, Jordan and LeBron have completely different mindsets when it comes to playing the game and leading their team. Michael was always more of a scorer and individual than a distributor, averaging 30.1 ppg and 5.3 apg for his career. Although he had some good seasons when it came to passing the ball, especially in his later years, Michael was always looking for his shot first, being the unquestioned alpha. LeBron, on the other side, is the complete opposite, regarded as one of the best passers in NBA history. Basically, a point guard in a 6'8'',250 lbs body, James used his court vision to separate himself from the rest. LeBron is averaging 7.4 apg for his career, even leading the NBA in a.
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The Most Free Throws Attempted Per Season In The Last 40 Years: James Harden And Karl Malone Are The Free Throw Kings

View the original article to see embedded media. We are currently in the era of basketball where offense rules above all, as teams and players want to hoist up as many good-quality shots as possible. The analytics of the game has convinced every NBA team that 3 pointers and shots around the rim are the most efficient shots. Of course, generating easy points from the free-throw line has never been more encouraged since referees are more likely to blow the whistle on possessions.


Charles Barkley and Karl Malone host Final Pour at Masquerade Nightclub at Harrah’s Casino in New Orleans. The Round Mound of Rebound introduced guests to his signature Redmont Vodka drink the CB34 with co-host Karl Malone and special guests, college basketball coaches Porter Moser, Bruce Pearl, Andy Kennedy and more. The grand finale closed out with a special second line band performance with Harrah’s Casino dancers.

Hawkeyes’ Keegan Murray named Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year

Iowa’s Keegan Murray was named the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday. Murray is the first Hawkeye and Big Ten player to earn the award, which is named after Class of 2010 Hall of Famer and two-time NBA Most Valuable Player Karl Malone.

Murray Recipient Of Karl Malone Award

NEW ORLEANS — University of Iowa men’s basketball sophomore Keegan Murray has been named the recipient of the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award. The announcement was made by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday. Named after Class of 2010 Hall of Famer...
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Keegan Murray wins Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award

Iowa men’s basketball sophomore forward Keegan Murray won the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award, the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame announced Saturday in New Orleans. The Karl Malone Award has been given to the top power forward in Division I men’s basketball for the past eight...

Keegan Murray wins 2022 Karl Malone Award

After a breakout season for the Iowa Hawkeyes, forward Keegan Murray has been officially named as the recipient of the 2022 Karl Malone Award. The award is given annually to the best power forward in all of college basketball, and Murray was selected out of a star-studded group of finalists.
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LeBron passes Karl Malone for 2nd on all-time scoring list I UNDISPUTED

After LeBron James moved into 2nd place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list this weekend, it’s brought a new wave of attention to the GOAT debate. Michael Jordan now sits in 5th place on the list, but MJ will always have the 6-0 Finals mark to hold over the King’s head. Shannon Sharpe reacts to this milestone — "Each milestone increases his legacy. I believe LeBron can play for 2 more years at this level."
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Lakers' LeBron James passes Karl Malone for second on NBA's all-time scoring list

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James made some NBA history on Saturday night. With his point production against the Washington Wizards, James passed Karl Malone to move up to second on the league's all-time scoring list. Malone scored 36,909 points over the course of his career. Now, the only player that has scored more points than James in league history is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38,387).