Kyle Hamilton declares LeBron winner over MJ in GOAT debate

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Kyle Hamilton arguably is Notre Dame’s best defensive player. In 2020, the safety led the Irish with 63 tackles and was third on the team with six passes broken up. You can debate that distinction if you want, but for him, there’s no debate about who the best basketball player ever is. He’s declared himself the referee in the ring, and he’s raised the wrist of LeBron James:

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Whether Hamilton said this to ruffle a few feathers or he actually believes it, there’s no question he’s opened up the can of worms that is the biggest argument in sports today. To be fair, Hamilton was born in 2001, so naturally, he’s going to go with the player whose career has taken place throughout his life. Sure, Michael Jordan was a Washington Wizard when Hamilton turned 2 years old, but it’s hard to believe he remembers that, and even if he did, that wasn’t prime MJ.

The debate rages on.