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Dennis Rodman: Jordan trumps LeBron


Dennis Rodman says LeBron James would be "average" if he played in the 1990s, and insists James' Miami Heat would be no match for his old Chicago Bulls team. Rodman, who won three NBA titles with Michael Jordan's Bulls from 1996-98, said a 28-year-old Jordan would average at least 40 points a game in today's NBA. (ESPN.com)


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