Kendrick Perkins Says Michael Jordan Wasn't Doing What LeBron James Was Doing At 38 Years Of Age

Kendrick Perkins makes a strong case for LeBron James as the GOAT, citing his incredible achievements at 38.

Kendrick Perkins, LeBron James' former teammate, made a strong statement in defense of LeBron's greatness and his ability to continue performing at a high level even at the age of 38.  

This was in response to the ongoing debate over whether LeBron or Michael Jordan deserves the title of the greatest basketball player of all time (GOAT). 

This is why LeBron James is the GOAT. Because your GOAT wasn't doing this at 38 years of age. ... 

We have been searching and trying to find a new person to take over the throne of being the face of the league, and we can't put a finger on that yet 

Perkins pointed out LeBron's remarkable performance in a game against the Los Angeles Clippers, where he scored 35 points,  

surpassing Karl Malone for the most 30-point games in NBA history after turning 35.  

Perkins further emphasized that Michael Jordan, who is often considered the greatest player in NBA history, wasn't achieving these milestones at the age of 38 

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