Paul Pierce makes his case for LeBron James not being top 5 all time
NBA Countdown starts with a heated discussion with Paul Pierce making his case of LeBron James not being a top-5 player all time, with Jay Williams and Jalen Rose weighing in on the debate. (18:52) The crew also gives their takeaways from the final two episodes of "The Last Dance," which showed Michael Jordan and the 1998 Chicago Bulls win their sixth championship in eight seasons.
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Rachel Nichols, Tracy McGrady and Paul Pierce react to the NCAA's decision to extend the deadline to withdraw from the 2020 NBA Draft, then (2:33) talk about Allen Iverson on the anniversary of "The Answer" becoming the shortest player ever to win NBA MVP.
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✔️ Former Celtic Paul Pierce shares his favorite memories of Kevin Garnett to commemorate Garnett's induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
✔️ Los Angeles Lakers SG Danny Green joins First Take to discuss how to stop Kawhi Leonard and the Clippers and Paul Pierce saying LeBron James isn't a top-5 all-time player. Green also lists his top-5 players of all time.
✔️ Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa had a spectacular season for the Crimson Tide, with 33 TD passes to 3 interceptions. Tua let his play on the field speak for itself as he has garnered high praise from scouts.