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Recounting his memories about the pair, former Sacramento Kings scorer Walt Williams heaped praise on Bias and even reckoned that the late former college basketball prodigy was indeed “a little bit ahead” of Jordan in terms of overall skills. “I know certainly either we would have been talking about him [Bias] as the greatest of all time, or Jordan would be on an even different level,” Williams recently told Basketball Network. “I think those guys certainly would have pushed each other to the max. The thing about Len Bias when you compare him to Michael Jordan, I think he was a little bit ahead of Michael when they were in college with his skillset.” “The jump shot that Bias had that was just the prettiest thing you could ever see,” he added. “He could defend multiple positions; he was a kind of a hybrid of how you see the game played now. And that’s the tragedy of not seeing a Len Bias. I think the game would have gravitated to where it is much quicker.”
Storyline: GOAT Debate
The owners, Williams believes, have an advantage, and the players should be aware of what they’re up against. “Most owners have other businesses that they derive income from,” he said. “But for the players, even your off-the court income comes from what you do on the court. The owners are tight. The players have to be prepared for the worst if it come to that.” But in the end, it will have to come down to reaching a compromise. “We fought tooth and nail, but in the end, we thought we came out with a good compromise,” Williams said of the 1998 lockout. “This time, just like with us, neither side is going to get everything they want. But they’re going to have to find something both sides can live with.”