LeBron James has already solidified himself as one of the greatest basketball players of all time, now it’s time to debate whether he’s a top-5 player to ever lace ’em up. Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers is already putting the Cavs superstar in his own top-5, and told NBC Sports Radio’s Dan Patrick that there is “no doubt” he should be on the list:

“Statistically speaking, and visually since I was the coach of the Celtics and we had a 3-2 lead and I watched him score 45, he is in the top five. There’s no doubt. LeBron has a different game. We’re so used to seeing skill looking graceful. We’re not used to seeing skill look so powerful. I think that rubs people wrong. But LeBron, statistically, championship wise, he’s one of the top-five players to ever play the game.”

Over the summer, LeBron said he’s chasing the “ghost” of Michael Jordan and has started the season looking like he’s making a bid for his fifth MVP award—the same number MJ won.

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