Skip Bayless Believes LeBron Has Just Won The MVP Award Over Giannis

Skip Bayless isn’t LeBron James’ greatest supporter. The outspoken NBA analyst has never really been on LeBron’s side. However, even Bayless knows that the Los Angeles Lakers star deserves the NBA MVP award for the season. Bayless brought up a theory between LeBron James and his MVP award.

“I regret to make this announcement: your man LeBron James just won his 5th MVP. He was on a hellbent pace to win this MVP and I believe he had just edged passed Giannis.”

What makes LeBron so special? We all know the answer to this question. LeBron has led the Los Angeles Lakers to the top of the Western Conference. Last season, he was injured and his younger teammates had trouble coping with him on the floor. This season, the Lakers win games thanks to their incredible chemistry.

King James is an excellent facilitator, and his teammates use that. The Lakers superstar is the only player in NBA history with at least 34,000 points, 9,000 assists and 9,000 rebounds. LeBron is the ninth player to record 9,000 assists in his professional career.

LeBron will snatch the MVP award from Giannis

King James averages 27.1 points per game in the 2019-20 season. He has an outstanding performance in the postseason. LeBron has shown great accuracy from the field, assists, and rebounds. According to experts, LeBron has played in 239 playoff games.

The three-time NBA champion scored 34,087 points in his career. Just for comparison, Kareem has 38,387. If the Lakers superstar keeps playing at this pace, he can easily pass the awesome record Kareem holds.

LeBron is in his 17th season in the NBA, and won’t go anywhere without a title. Of course, LeBron will have to wait for NBA Commissioner to open the season. Hopefully, the coronavirus outbreak will be shut down. We all hope for the best, and so does LeBron. Wash your hands, everybody? We need to win this battle. LeBron has a title to win. He’s got an NBA MVP award to earn. Let’s see what happens by the end of the regular season. We can’t wait for the big news. Game on, LA!