LeBron James should have been the NBA MVP in every season. yes, he’s that good.
Being the NBA MVP means that you are the best player in the league. King James was amazing in every year of his career. The sad part comes when you realize that there are four seasons where he was robbed of the MVP.
In 2006-07 LeBron took the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Finals. Dirk was the MVP that year, and he had a 50-40-90 season. Yes, it’s hard to achieve something like this, but the Cavs reached the Finals.
LeBron averaged 27.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 1.6 steals per game. dirk averaged 9.0 rebounds, and had less points and assists per game. He wasn’t even close to LeBron.
In 2005-06 LeBron finished third behind Kobe and Al. It was the second of Steve Nash’s MVPs.
None of LeBron’s teammates averaged over 16 PPG that season, and it doesn’t make sense. King James was the only scoring option for the team. He was the best passer and its best rebounder. The Cavaliers won 50 games.
In 2007-08 LeBron played in the same team with Zyndrunas IIgauskas, Larry Hudges, Drew Gooden and Daniel Gibson, and somehow managed to bring them to the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
We hear a lot about the Celtics team being the best team of all-time, but LeBron’s team beat them.
Last year, LeBron started all 82 years for the first time in his entire career, and tied a career-high in rebounds with 8.6. The assists were 9.1. There were also 27.5 points per game on 54 percent shooting. Should we add more?
King James deserved all the awards in his career. Nothing less. Maybe he will have more luck now that he plays with the Lakers. Let’s see what happens this season.