"I think I'm just probably playing harder knowing that I have to do more and knowing the stage we're on and it's win or go home," he said. "I don't think I've been playing different, I think I've just been doing my role better."
"When people start comparing [James] with Jordan, then that's not a fair comparison," Olajuwon said. "Jordan was a far more superior player in a very tough league, he was very creative. ... That's not taking away anything from LeBron because he is a great player, but it is not a fair comparison because Jordan is a far superior player."