It’s L’Bron. Only pitch for Mr. Magic was from DanC: guy actually is ultra-tall, plus grand than that non-Cav who had play’d for Miami. But Dalton brings it back for Bron:
LeBron James getting to the NBA Final with J.R. Smith as his best supporting cast member is a more preposterous escape than anything David Blaine or Houdini did. So he’s already a better magician than Eric Antoine (who is seeded below Blaine and Houdini).
Plus, he’s featured in this (unfortunately paywalled) Teaching Statistics article which points out the merits of graphical comparison (“Understanding summary statistics and graphical techniques to compare Michael Jordan versus LeBron James” – https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/test.12111) I love the fact that statistics cannot determine the MJ and LeBron debate precisely because it all depends on which summary statistic you choose. Just goes to show that you need to put as much thought into which dimensions you choose to check your model (graphically and numerically) as you do in constructing your model in the first place.
All stats, yah!
Today it’s a cook vs. a drama star. Whaddya want, a scrumptious lunch or Soph’s option? Or ya want Silkwood? Fantastic Mr. Fox? Can’t go wrong with that lady. But you also luv that cookbook, that food, that flavor, right? You pick.
Again, full list is at this link, and instructions:
Trying to pick #1 visitor. I’m not asking for most popular, or most topical, or optimum, or most profound, or most cool, but a combination of traits.
I’ll pick a day’s victor not from on a popular tally but on amusing quips on both camps. So try to show off!