Golden State Warriors vs. Miami Heat: Who Has the Edge?

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Mar 16, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Miami Heat forward LeBron James (6) is defended by Philadelphia 76ers forward Andre Iguodala (9) during the first quarter at the Wells Fargo Center. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Small Forward

Warriors: Andre Iguodala, Harrison Barnes

Heat: LeBron James, Shane Battier, Michael Beasley

This position really isn’t up for much of a discussion.  LeBron is the best player in the league and, although Andre Iguodala is a great player, nobody comes close to his skill level.

Analysts try to find flaws in LeBron’s game, but there really isn’t much to find.  It seems like LeBron tackles one of his weaknesses every season.

Iguodala is a little bit of a “lite” version of LeBron; he can do everything at an above average level.  But Iguodala is not LeBron.  LeBron is an a league of his own.

Harrison Barnes had a promising year as a rookie, but, again, he is not LeBron.  This comparison is just not fair for any player in the league.  Comparing LeBron to a player going into his second year is an insult to LeBron.

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