BY: John Mamola

With two NBA titles under his belt, Miami Heat forward Lebron James has some high hopes for his NBA career when it's all said and done.  In an interview with NBATV's Steve Smith, James was asked about his "Mount Rushmore" of the NBA in which he named his four greatest players of all time.

Of course James named the likes of Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Oscar Robertson.  However when Smith asked his follow up if James would be on the same mountain when his career is over, that's when the 29 year old two-time champ got a little cocky/confident with his answer.

“Yeah. Because I’m going to be one of the top four who’s ever played this game. For sure. If they don’t want me to have one of those top four spots, they better find another spot on there. Somebody gotta get bumped.”

When asked who he’d bump off the list, LeBron didn’t have an answer.

“That’s not for me to decide. That’s for the architects to decide.”

To view the clip off NBATV, click here

Here is ESPN NBA analyst Antonio Davis' take on the story.