Norris Cole, a former teammate of LeBron James, often discusses his views on the NBA's best players and teams in his Snapchat story, and recently he did that once again, discussing his view on the greatness of King James. The King has been the biggest talking point in the playoffs once again, so it's not a surprise that Cole is leaving his views and opinions open to the public.

Norris Cole was a teammate of LeBron James' from the 2011-12 season to the 2013-14 season, and thanks to LeBron James [VIDEO] and the Miami Heat the point guard won two NBA championships in his first two seasons in the league. Two rings in two years is a pretty good start to a career, so Cole has a lot of appreciation for his teammates at the time, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.

The two-time NBA champion recently spoke up about the greatness of King James and the challenge that Cleveland faces in facing off against the star-studded Golden State Warriors.

Norris Cole says LeBron could become the 'best ever.'

Norris Cole spoke highly of 'The Chosen One' in his recent rant posted on his Snapchat story. Norris spoke his mind after the Cleveland Cavaliers 118-113 loss to the Golden State Warriors in game three of this years 2017 NBA Finals. With game 4 coming up at the Quicken Loans Arena, Cole talked about his worry for the Cleveland Cavaliers, going up against this superstar-stacked Warriors team. Cole did express some of his belief in LeBron James and the Cavaliers, saying:

"If Bron can come back from this (being down 0-3) I might put him in the 'best ever' discussion, real talk."

While that's a huge statement from 'ColeWorld,' he doesn't hold full belief in it, second guessing his choice of words when visualizing the stardom of the Golden State Warriors team.

When questioning whether the Cavs can come back from down 3-0, Cole doubtfully expressed his opinion, saying,

"But nah... that ain't happening, Golden State loaded, it's like a cheat code. That's why"

KD destroyed competition in the NBA?

Norris Cole holds firm belief that Kevin Durant's decision to join the Golden State Warriors in the 2016 offseason has destroyed the balance in the NBA, making it a league of two leading super teams who will likely be challenging each other in the NBA Finals in each year. Norris stated:

"I didn't like when KD went out there... cause it just messed up the whole competitive balance, only one team can compete with them. And they show that they can't even compete with them."

The Oklahoma City Thunder backup point guard believes that the Warriors are so heavily star-stacked that not even the Cleveland Cavaliers can compete with them, although game 4 disproved that statement. Either way, game 5 on Monday will continue this compelling 2017 Finals series. If LeBron can lead the Cavs to a 3-0 comeback, Norris Cole will label him the 'best ever,' just as many others might.