NBA champion in the “Cavaliers” Channing Frye believes that Michael Jordan couldn’t dominate in the modern League.
— Michael had only one task — to score points. And we have to admit that he did it incredibly. However, I don’t think his style of play could be moved in the modern NBA. No one wanted to play with him in same team, right? I think that I would have had to adapt. Say he scored 50 points per game average. No, not to be recruited. Against him would have used a double wing, said fry in Blazers podcast Talking.
Frye also said that I wouldn’t have put Jordan higher ex-partner on “Cleveland” LeBron James in the list of best players of all time.
— I won’t lie, I’ve never been a fan of Michael. I am from Phoenix. My heroes were Charles Barkley, Kevin Johnson and Dan Marley. So Jordan’s never topped my list of best players of all time. My sheet is above LeBron, Michael, — he added.
Previously a member of the Hall of fame Shaquille O’neal said that Jordan has scored in the NBA by 45 points on average per game.
Channing Frye won the NBA championship in 2016, speaking for the “Cavs”.
Recall that the current NBA season suspended due to a pandemic coronavirus.