A binary debate over NBA superstars (i.e. LeBron and Kobe, LeBron vs. Carmelo) often prevents us from appreciating the other guy's game because we become so intent on defending our argument. That's frustrating because there's no reason we can't fully celebrate all the glorious things both guys do on the court, even while we make our case for one over the other in the MVP race.
By most accounts, LeBron James is more efficient and complete player than Carmelo Anthony. But you know what? There are some nuanced parts of the catch-and-attack game where Anthony is better. On Sunday night, Beckley Mason of HoopSpeak applied his careful eye while