I think LeBron gets enough publicity. Every time you turn on ESPN you see a windmill dunk, a block, etc. from LeBron. Then again he is one of the greatest player of all time. Just look at what LeBron does. By coming back from a 25 point halftime deficit against the Pacers, LeBron showed how he is in a class of his own. Paul George is considered one of the biggest superstars in the league but could he stop James? Nope. Last year in the NBA Finals LeBron took on Draymond Green, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and the rest of the Warriors. Did they stop him? I don’t know but if you look at the giant ring on James’s finger you may get the answer.
This season ,at 32 years old, LeBron may be having his best. James set career highs in rebounds per game and assists per game while averaging a little over 26 points per game. He won’t finish in the top 3 for MVP voting but there is a pretty good case that he should be given the award. Just look at the impact he has on Cleveland. The season before he left the Cavs they won 61 games. The year after when he was on the Heat they won 19. His value is insurmountable.
James has been to the Finals 6 times in a row and looks poised to make that 7 straight. He does have a good supporting cast of Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving, J.R. Smith, and so on but he takes over the game. You really don’t see Love / Kyrie do that all that often but LeBron continues to do so. The four time MVP can run up and down the court without anyone stopping him: he is a truck going through the lane.
If you think any team can beat James and the Cavs this postseason you are a moron. LeBron continues to do what he pleases on an NBA court. It is most likely going to be Cavaliers Warriors in the Finals and if LeBron can stop that group of “monstars” James will climb even closer to Michael Jordan as being considered the greatest player to set foot on the hardwood.