I get what your saying, but when people say LeBron isn't a good fundamental player, they're right. A lot of what he does is only because he's 6'9 260 and can jump 48'' off the floor. He's come a long way but he's still not amazing fundamentally. It took him 9 years to get a jump shot when that's a skill most good fundamental players already have. Even on defense, lebron's not exactly stellar in terms of the fundamentals, he cheats a lot because he has the athleticism to make up for it, and with that frame, half his work is already done on that end, its so much easier for him to defend than it is for a Avery Bradley or Kobe Bryant who are elite defenders and fundamentally sound players. LeBron is the shaq of this decade. He's just bigger and stronger than anyone so he's going to dominate. If Kobe were guarded the way teams guard LeBron, you'd see Kobe scoring 60 points a night. He's too good fundamentally to give him that much space and not see him score 80% of the time. LeBron's handling and dribbling are good, his footwork is atrocious, his jump shot is still shaky, he can make the open ones but he drops off with someone in his face or kawhi leonard anywhere in the building.