My point was that it doesn’t matter whether Anthony is averaging more points this year, because Lebron is much more of a professional and the better team player. With his team in the competitive Western Conference, Anthony is going to miss nearly a fifth of the season, all because he threw an unnecessary punch with 1:15 left in an early season game that his team was winning by 20 points. Incidentally, Lebron’s career scoring average is better, and this year he’s averaging more rebounds and assists per game. I’d be willing to bet that over the course of their careers, Lebron wins more championships than Carmello.
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