The LeBron James stats in the post season will shock most people who haven’t see him before. The Los Angeles Lakers have finally made it to the NBA Finals for the first time in many, many, many years. This is thanks in large part to their star player, LeBron James. He was not going to let his team fall out of the playoffs again. And that is exactly what we saw.
This makes it all the more shocking that LeBron was not voted as the MVP this season. If it were a popularity contest, LeBron would win every year. But this season proved differently. LeBron failed to get many voted as all. And this made him kind of angry given the situation. Obviously, he was the best player on the team and should have gotten more respect.
“P–sed me off. That’s my true answer. It p–sed me off, because out of 101 votes, I got 16 first-place votes. That’s what p–sed me off more than anything. You know, not saying that the winner wasn’t deserving of the MVP. But that p–sed me off. And I finished second a lot in my career, either from a championship, and now four times as an MVP.”
LeBron James’ Insane Post-Season Stats That Make Him The King of NBA Finals
“I’m not going to sit up here and talk about what the criteria should be or what it is. It’s changed over the years since I’ve gotten into the league. Sometimes it’s the best player on the best team. Sometimes it’s the guy with the best season statistically … I mean, you don’t know. You don’t know. But you know, Giannis had a hell of a season; I can definitely say that.”
Just take a look at the post season LeBron has had in recent years. LeBron’s stats are just incredible.
LeBron has always been a huge part of the Playoffs and Finals. What do you think about these stats? It seems pretty clear that LeBron’s teams get to the playoffs an insane amount.
What do you think about these stats? Do you think they mean anything?