Draymond Green made an appearance on ESPN’s First Take to discuss the ‘More Than A Vote’ initiative, a new organization led by him, LeBron James and Maverick Carter that is focused on protecting the voting rights of the black community.
During Green’s time on First Take, he referred to James as ‘arguably the greatest player of all time,’ which is high praise coming from the 2017 NBA Defensive Player of the Year and three-time champion who has had many battles with him.
Green’s relationship with James was not always this solid as they almost came to blows multiple times during the 2016 NBA Finals with the tension culminating in the former being suspended for Game 5 due to a flagrant foul against the latter.
However, the two players have seemed to smooth out their relationship since then with Green even appearing on James’ HBO show ‘The Shop’ and praising him.
The debate between James and Michael Jordan for the greatest player of all time spans almost a decade and it will continue to be the biggest storyline.
If James can manage to win his fourth championship during the 2019-20 NBA season, he will only continue to build his case as the best the league has ever seen.