With the constant rigourous debating of who is the greatest player of all-time, Dwayne Wade has no problem answering that question.
"I don't know if (James) has the ability to surpass (Jordan) or not," Wade told ESPNChicago.com on Thursday. "That's yet to be seen. My version as LeBron being on par with Michael is this" They're both on the golf course. Michael's on the 18th hole. LeBron is somewhere on like the fourth hole. He's got a long way to go, but he's on par to get to the 18th hole.
The 18th hole is a long way to go from the 4th hole, so LeBron's partner in crime essentially believes that it will be extremely hard for LeBron to surpass Michael Jordan as the greatest player of all time. Regardless of the critics and fans, the teammates probably have the best grasp and take on this issue, and one of the best criteria to base the issue off of, Dwayne Wade, believes he has a long way to go.