Why did Jordan and James have different results when they also complained to the referee?
This question is very interesting. This includes two aspects: spiritual and external performance. First, mentally, Jordan respects basketball, so he is upright and arrogant in his heart when playing. Mr. Murong focuses on profit, and his sense of superiority comes from profit. Even if he gains unjustly, people like Zhai Tianlin are indulged by the referee, and he also intends to use it himself, even at the expense of bowing down to all directions.
Second, whether the double standard how external performance? Jamie’s logic is: you say James walks, then Jordan can’t walk once, you say James stands, then Jordan can’t stand once. How generous are you to yourself and strict with the law? Therefore, Jamie’s performance focuses on profit, which is the same as Zhan’s spiritual core. Isn’t this interesting?
Jordan didn’t stand up a few times in his life, and James did it all the time. Jordan spread his hand and scored six three-pointers at half-time in the finals, with his hands spread out, invincible and helpless. And my impression is that Jordan questioned the referee’s penalty, which is just a few words, without pestering or begging humbly, and finally responded with action. If there had been any weak behavior at that time, it would have become a big news. You know, in the last three companies, Jordan has become the public enemy of the league, and young elites want to ignore Jordan’s position.
Jordan is good at physical confrontation, and he doesn’t have any bad moves, especially diving and padding. Then the referee will respond naturally when he stands up, and most of his hands are self-satisfied, so I can’t help it. James has been diving, padding and walking for 20 years, which can be said to be the worst type in the top 10 in history. It is naturally another result that he is so weak! Be strict with others, be lenient with yourself, and naturally be laughed at.
Jordan didn’t play basketball at his peak, he didn’t take his talent anywhere at his peak, and he didn’t take the initiative to hug his thighs at his peak. The only thing he did was that he was bored at his peak and retired to play baseball, and then the NBA cried and begged him to come back. So don’t make excuses, why do different players have different understandings of the same thing, blame the referee? Strange fans? It depends on a player’s long-standing impression, so don’t push your problems out.
And it doesn’t matter how many points you score, it mainly depends on how much role you play on the team. Like last season’s regular season, you hold a lot of ball rights and don’t retreat. Such scores are meaningless. And LeBron’s defensive ability is not a problem at all. His size and strength determine that he will be an excellent defender if he wants to defend. The problem is that his defensive attitude is really not good, especially when he is old.