“It was a big, big game, and LeBron James had a really big game,” Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said.
“But he also was just a guy who was doing everything right.
And that’s what LeBron James was doing.” “
I mean, you don’t see anybody doing anything like that in the league.
And that’s what LeBron James was doing.”
Here are five reasons why LeBron James is the best player of all time.
He had a team full of superstars The Cleveland Cavaliers won a franchise-record 20 NBA titles in the 1990s.
“That’s a team of superstiers,” Cavaliers forward J.R. Smith said.
He was one of the best at his position, and he was one who had a great relationship with LeBron.
“He would take me out for dinner,” James said of his relationship with Smith.
“When we went to dinner, he would come and we would talk basketball.
“We just all had a lot of respect for each other, and that was the whole thing with the team.” “
That group has been so dominant that the Cavs won 20 NBA championships in a row from 2011 to 2016, with four in each of the past two seasons. “
We just all had a lot of respect for each other, and that was the whole thing with the team.”
That group has been so dominant that the Cavs won 20 NBA championships in a row from 2011 to 2016, with four in each of the past two seasons.
James led the league in scoring with 35.3 points per game, second in assists with 9.9 per game and was a three-time All-Star.
He also is the first player to win MVP in each conference in each league.
The Cavs are currently 10-1 against the Eastern Conference, and they could win more than 20 games this season.
LeBron James could end up being the best of all-time James is just 30, but he already has won the MVP award three times in the last five seasons.
“The reason he’s winning MVPs now is because he has been a dominant player, and now he can be a dominant team player as well,” Lue told Bleacher Report.
“Because he is so good, he can help his team win.”
He led the Cavaliers to a record of 73 wins and two NBA Finals appearances in just 10 seasons.
He is the longest-tenured member of the team, having started for a combined 10 years.
“If I had to choose one guy who has played more, he’d be LeBron James,” Lued said.
He won MVP in both conferences, with three championships in the past four seasons.
Lue is the only head coach who ever won the title with his team in the same conference.
Lued has won MVP twice with the Cavaliers, but the team didn’t make the playoffs in three of the last four seasons, finishing last in the East in 2016-17 and missing the playoffs this season, as James’ Cavs finished with a franchise best record of 78-15.
He helped turn Cleveland into a dominant basketball team He led Cleveland to a 76-72 win over the New York Knicks in Game 6 of the 2017 NBA Finals, and the Cavs were the first team to win a championship with LeBron James in the lineup.
“My son was in the stands and he looked at me and he said, ‘Dad, it’s so cool.
I don’t know how to describe it.
LeBron just gave us the win,'” Lue recalled.
“Now, LeBron is in the Hall of Fame and he has the ability to give you the win.
He doesn’t have to be your best player to be a champion, and I think he has a great shot at that.”