LeBron James says he could beat Michael Jordan in his prime
Michael Jordan says there's "no queston" who will win in a one-on-one against LeBron James, who says “I'm gonna take myself versus anybody.” AP

THE Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James debate persists, and after the former said there’s “no question” who would win, the latter naturally chose himself.

James, who had called himself best player in the world, made the pick on the NBC’s ‘Today’ show.

“Oh, I take myself. For sure. I mean, I'm gonna take myself versus anybody,” James said on the same day he announced that he will be giving college scholarships through his LeBron James Family Foundation.

Recently, Jordan was asked at a camp in Santa Barbara, California on whether he, in his prime, can beat James in a one-on-one contest, and responded by saying “No question.”

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James, however, was quick to point out that the match-up against Jordan will be a tough one as he described how the one-on-one would look like.

“I'll tell you one thing. They're gonna have to have a few wheelchairs and a couple ambulances there to get us off the floor,” said James.

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