LeBron James says he’d beat Michael Jordan, ‘for sure’

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If there’s one thing that could get Michael Jordan to lace up the sneakers again, it might be LeBron James calling him out.

During a “Today” show interview on NBC with Willie Geist, LeBron said he would beat MJ in a one-on-one AND it would get ugly. This, of course, was in response to His Airness claiming bragging rights last week.

James was asked who would win the matchup if the two players met in their prime:

Oh, I take myself. For sure. I mean, I’m gonna take myself versus anybody. 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.

[Note: Go to 3:18 mark for LeBron vs. Jordan]

Can’t you feel MJ getting the itch?

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