14. Turnover Machine
One of James’ worst traits is his tendency to turn the ball over. He has a significant turnover record in the NBA Finals with 177 total. Meanwhile, Jordan only had 99. Of course, we acknowledge that James was the fulcrum of his unsuccessful Cavs’ teams. He also played in more Finals than Jordan did. That being said, it’s still a wild statistic, but that isn’t the only alarming number.
Forget about the Finals for a moment. James occasionally has poor displays in postseason games. In two playoff games, he turned the ball over 10 times. Jordan never did this despite receiving significant possession. He also played against very tough defensive teams. Nobody ever outscored Jordan from the bench either. Jason Terry achieved this over James.