Even at 52-years-old, Michael Jordan doesn't have any shortage of supreme confidence.

That was evident over the weekend in Santa Barbara during his 20th annual Michael Jordan Flight School youth basketball camp, where Jordan held an impromptu Q&A session with the kids.

One of the questions that MJ fielded was could he beat LeBron James in a one-on-one game in his prime. Jordan's classic response? "No question!"

At 6-6, 216 pounds during his playing days, Jordan would have had his work cut out for him slowing down the speeding locomotive that is King James at 6-8 and 250 pounds. But who's seriously going to doubt Michael Jordan? He's widely regarded as the greatest basketball player of all time for a reason.

Coincidentally, earlier in the Q&A, Jordan was asked if he could defeat Stephen Curry or James right now and the six-time NBA champion admitted that LeBron is just too big to stop.

"Right now, or when I was in my prime? Right now? Buddy, I couldn't beat—well, I'd go against [Stephen] Curry because I'm a little bit bigger than him," Jordan said. "So I could kind of back him in. But LeBron is a little bit too big."

Other interesting tidbits from this Q&A had Jordan saying a team of Chicago Bulls' greats would "kill" a squad of Los Angeles Lakers' legends and that he "even though he stole all my moves," he loves Kobe Bryant "like a brother."

Jordan being Jordan.

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