Paul Sullivan: Why do we cling to Michael Jordan’s mythical title as the greatest player of all time?

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CHICAGO — Chicago still is known as the Second City, though it dropped behind Los Angeles to No. 3 in U.S. population back in 1982. O’Hare was the nation’s busiest airport for decades until Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson overtook it in 1996. And while many of us were sleeping Tuesday night, LeBron James became the all-time NBA scoring leader, in the process snatching the title of greatest player of all time from Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan. At least that’s the narrative that spread across the World after the Los Angeles Lakers star passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the scoring list in a 133-…

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