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The reason behind the less-than-enthusiastic response to LeBron James moving past Michael Jordan for fourth place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list was simple, according to Chris Broussard.
On FOX Sports’ The Odd Couple radio show with co-host Rob Parker, Broussard said James’ not cutting his teeth on the NBA hardwood in Hollywood is the reason James surpassing MJ was not universally acclaimed.