Former NBA player Dominique Wilkins competes in the shooting stars competition during NBA All-Star Saturday Night basketball Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, in Houston.

Former NBA player Dominique Wilkins competes in the shooting stars competition during NBA All-Star Saturday Night basketball Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, in Houston.

*NBA legend Dominique Wilkins is giving the side eye to LeBron James’ career-high and Miami Heat franchise-high 61 point outing against the Charlotte Bobcats on Monday, reports Ball Don’t Lie.

The game has been the source of much discussion already, reigniting the MVP race with Kevin Durant and raising more questions about LeBron’s place in NBA history.

Wilkins, for one, came up with a list of reasons why James’ scoring frenzy was not really that historic.

From the Hall of Famer’s Twitter account (via For The Win):

No denying he put on a shooting display. He was hot. Let’s not forget, he was playing the Bobcats. A sub 500 team w a match up nightmare.
— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014

Where is the Defense? The Bobcats put up 107 points in a defenseless display of basketball. Offensively who was there to make Bron work on D
— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014

Why are we not talking about Al Jefferson and the MONSTER night he had 38 and 19! Yes, like I said, Bron got hot & put on a shooting clinic.
— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014

Watch the film. No close outs on D, doubles were late, rotations were slow. It was too easy to score. At 54 y/o I could drop 40 on that D
— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014

Bron is a freakish athlete, yes, no doubt. I could say I was too in my prime, but averaging 30 then against the greats like Bird, MJ, King
— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014

AND having to guard them on the other side was an all out war. You were dogged by halftime and had to pick it up & do it again the 2nd half
— Dominique Wilkins (@DWilkins21) March 4, 2014