Steve Kerr's team once again defeated LeBron James, but Kerr understands LeBron's greatness and he respects it. Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in just five games, but James was dominant and he even posted a positive net rating in the series. The four-time MVP also became the first player in NBA history to average a triple-double in the NBA Finals, which is another proof of how incredible he is.

LeBron James is 32 and he's still in his prime. The Cleveland Cavaliers will remain competitive as long as he's on the team as he is capable of carrying a team all the way to the final stage.

Steve Kerr witness James' greatness many times, and he had some words of praise for the Cavaliers forward. He even compared LeBron to his former teammate, Michael Jordan, who is considered the greatest NBA player of all time.

LeBron and Jordan

Without any doubt, LeBron James is the best basketball player in the world. His amazing performances are the reason why many people compare him to Michael Jordan, and James even has a chance to surpass Jordan as the greatest player of all time.

"In the end, it's Michael Jordan and it's LeBron James," Steve Kerr commented, praising LeBron and his greatness. As a head coach, Kerr met LeBron James three times in the NBA Finals. He also played for the Chicago Bulls for five years, between 1993 and 1998.

Kerr was Michael Jordan's teammate for four years, and he was the best three-point shooter on the team.

While James was mostly Kerr's opponent, the Warriors' head coach won three straight championships with Michael Jordan. Since he's seen the best of both these players, his compliments for LeBron should mean a lot. James is often compared to Jordan, but it has to be very special when the comparison comes from Jordan's former teammate.

Will James ever become the greatest?

LeBron James is 32 and he has won three championships so far in his career. He is one of the most gifted athletes of all time and his stats are simply breathtaking. However, he is still not considered the greatest player of all time, mostly because of his five losses in NBA Finals.

As most fans know it, Michael Jordan went 6-0 in the finals, while James is currently 3-5.

However, James has plenty of time to improve his finals records, and just the fact that he's reached it eight times in 14 years is very impressive. Michael Jordan had a glorious career, but if anyone can surpass him in terms of greatness, then it's LeBron James.