Yeah, he can reasonably be considered GOAT. I think Jordan is still better. His prime (1986-1993) was ungodly: Keeping in mind that Horace Grant and a past-his-prime Bill Cartwright were the 3rd and 4th best players on those early Bulls championship teams. Career statistical output aside, the biggest knock on Lebron is that he went 2-2 while playing for the Miami superteam during a stretch where the best competition was a Spurs team led by a 37 year-old Tim Duncan. And he got outplayed by Jason Terry in 2011. He'll always have that superhuman 2016 performance, but how much of that do you chalk up to Kyrie Irving providing 27 PPG and Kevin Love conveniently molding his game around Coach Lebron? How impressive is his career output when he's only played in a dogshit Eastern Conference (until this year)?