Chicago Bulls legend and current ESPN analyst Scottie Pippen discussed the comparisons between LeBron James and his former teammate Michael Jordan on Thursday’s edition of First Take. And during the debate, Pippen suggested that when looking at the statistical totals of both players, that James has indeed already passed Jordan. “The numbers don’t lie. He’s right there. He probably will never catch him in terms of MVP, but in terms of statistics, LeBron is right there,” Pippen said. “And when you look across the board — not just scoring — check his assists, check his rebounds. he’s probably ahead of Jordan.”