When it comes to the GOAT conversation, no two players are argued more than LeBron James sand Michael Jordan.
Though "The Last Dance" has convinced many that Mike is the true GOAT, there are many who still hold to the view that King James is the best basketball player ever.
But in a recent 600-person fan poll conducted by ESPN, Jordan surpasses LeBron in literally everything both on and off the court.
Better sneaker for fashion: 79 percent to 21 percent
Better sneaker to ball in: 77 percent to 23 percent
Pick for game-winning shot: 76 percent to 24 percent
Come through in the clutch: 74 percent to 26 percent
Spectacular to watch play: 74 percent to 26 percent
Better player overall: 73 percent to 27 percent
NBA was better all-around: 71 percent to 29 percent
Win one-on-one to 21: 67 percent to 33 percent
Top pick to start a team: 66 percent to 34 percent
Better offensive player: 65 percent to 35 percent
Better "look": 65 percent to 35 percent
Have a drink with: 65 percent to 35 percent
Choose as a teammate: 63 percent to 37 percent
Positive impact off-court: 62 percent to 38 percent
Better defensive player: 59 percent to 41 percent
Better passer: 59 percent to 41 percent
Trust to pass you the ball: 57 percent to 43 percent
Not only did James not win in any category, but he also didn't come close. Why are the results so lopsided?
Part of the reason is no doubt because of "The Last Dance." Many of the fans who watched developed a newfound respect for Jordan and his theatrics through the 90s. They also didn't poll anyone under the age of 18, so a lot of today's biggest LeBron supporters didn't get the chance to give their input.
Nonetheless, it seems Jordan is the King -- at least, for now. Only time will tell if LeBron can catch up.