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Dwyane Wade Comments on LeBron James' Pursuit of Michael Jordan

This summer, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James opened up on his desire to surpass Michael Jordan's "ghost" as the best basketball player in history, per Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins. According to former teammate Dwyane Wade, who's heading into his first season with the Chicago Bulls, his friend will likely never accomplish that goal. "No, it's not possible. It's not possible," Wade told Nick Friedell of ESPN.
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