Connor McDavid doesn’t lend the comparison much credence.
The phenom placed under a microscope from an early age. The young professional who easily and gracefully defied already outsized projections. A generational talent tucked into one of his sport’s smaller markets.
“I think if you’re going to make the comparison of LeBron James to me, I think we’re obviously a little bit different,” said McDavid, 24, the do-everything center for the Edmonton Oilers. “He’s won countless titles and . . .
November 29, 2021