James no. 2 in history!The list of the 75 biggest Stars has been updated, and there’s no suspense about the first player in NBA history

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The list of the NBA’s 75 greatest players of all time has been updated to number two, with lebron James, who played for the Cavs, Heat and Lakers, coming in at no. 2. The no. 1 choice has yet to be announced, but it’s almost certain that Michael Jordan will be named.The all-time top 75 players list is compiled by 15 editors and reporters of The Athletic. The top 10 players on The list are: 10 kobe Bryant;9. Tim Duncan8. Shaquille O ‘Neal;7. Larry Bird6. Wilt Chamberlain;5. Magic Johnson;Bill Russell. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.Ahead of All-Star weekend, the second-highest ranking of all time was announced: lebron James.James has played in 1,351 regular-season games, with only one coming off the bench, averaging 38.2 minutes per game, 27.1 points, 7.4 assists, 7.5 rebounds, 1.6 steals, and shooting 50.5 percent from the field, 34.5 percent from 3-point range, and 73.4 percent from the free throw line.He has 36,559 career points and added 10,075 rebounds and 9,962 assists.James has played in 266 playoff games, averaging 41.5 minutes per game, 28.7 points, 9 rebounds, 7.2 assists and 1.7 steals per game, shooting 49.5 percent from the field, 33.7 percent from 3-point range and 74 percent from the free throw line.With James’ numbers and accolades, there’s a lot of debate about his all-time ranking.Michael Jordan has always been the dominant player in history, but there is still a part of the argument that James has the right and ability to surpass Jordan to become no. 1.In the mainstream view, Jordan’s place in basketball is so secure that Even with James winning four championships, he could overtake Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, and mainstream media reporters, pundits, and veterans almost all agree that Jordan is no. 1.Heading into The NBA’s 75th All-Star Weekend, The Athletic’s rankings provide answers to a perennial debate: Who was The first player in NBA history?All 15 editors and reporters voted James second, and that’s the answer.It’s worth noting that The Athletic’s editors and reporters both said that placing James in The no. 2 spot is a nod to his 19-year career and does not reflect James’ strength or caliber this season.James received zero first-place, second-place, third-place, fourth-place and fifth-place votes in ESPN’s MVP straw poll, conducted around The same time The Athletic released its rankings.#NBA regular season highlights #