Dear LeBron: Don't Go to Chicago
"Chicago,'' he said.
It brought to mind a conversation I had with Jordan after one of James' first NBA appearances in the United Center. LeBron was brilliant that night, and in a corridor by the locker rooms, after Jordan had watched the performance from a suite, I asked him if James ever could match his legacy in sports. "What do you think?'' he shot back, apparently wanting me to answer no. I didn't answer then, needing time to see a body of work.
I will answer now.
No. Hell, no.