At the point when Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl title on Sunday, the debate on who is the best athlete ever heightened.

The Patriots-turned-Buccaneers quarterback’s career achievements have been contrasted with any semblance of Serena Williams, LeBron James, and Tiger Woods, among a few others lately.

One of different competitors Brady’s been contrasted with is Michael Jordan. Brady’s new Super Bowl title moved him past the previous Bulls superstar for the player that has the most championships between the two, starting the debate on if Brady’s a better all-time athlete than Jordan.

As the discussion has seethed via online media, a Twitter client posted a picture of Jordan wearing his six rings and a photoshopped picture of Brady wearing his then-six rings, making a similar posture as Jordan. “There’s a table….. and only these two can sit at it,” the client composed with a goat emoticon.

That is the place where Bill Russell chose to ring in. The Celtics legend, who turned 87 on Friday, answered to the tweet by expressing “Your getting closer” and joined a picture of him wearing six title rings.

Obviously, Russell has in excess of six NBA titles as he won 11 championships with the Celtics. Truly, Russell won a NBA title taking all things together however two of his 13 NBA seasons, and his 11 championships are tied for the most titles won by any major part in any of the four significant North American games.

Russell’s tweet on Friday isn’t the first time he’s tolled in on the new discussion. Previous Colts mentor Tony Dungy disproved an ESPN expert’s claim that Brady is the best victor in team sports by tweeting Russell’s career achievements.

Russell thanked Dungy, and did a touch of boasting as well.

“8 of those in a row,” Russell composed of his 11 titles. “Thanks for the shout out Coach.”

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