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Which of the following (if either) is correct?

I consider myself equally skilled as LeBron.

I consider myself equally skilled to LeBron.

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Traditionally, neither is recommended: you would either say Lebron and I are equally skilled or I consider myself (just) as skilled as Lebron. I believe equally as is used by some people, though. Equally to is probably less common.

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