The NBA Already Names Lebron The MVP

Whether the Cavaliers win the finals or not, the NBA has already names Lebron James the MVP of the entire series. This is because Lebron James has dominated the finals in points and time of possession. He has also had the most headlines from all of the sports channels; this includes television, radio, and on the World Wide Web. 

Lebron has also scored more points than any other player throughout the finals. He has also had more steals, assists, and ball-time than any other player throughout the finals. Lebron is happy about this, but to him this means nothing if the Cavaliers do not win the series. Lebron wants to walk out of this series the champion, and he plans to win more championships and become the MVP in more championship games. 

Fans everywhere also agree that Lebron James should be the MVP of the series. This comes from both the Cavalier fans and the Warrior fans. From watching game one, it is evident that Lebron James was ruling every single game, even if the Cavaliers lost. When the Cavaliers did lose, they did not lose by a lot. 

This is why Lebron James believes the Cavaliers have a chance to win the series, and this is the way a MVP individual should be thinking at all times. Though the Cavaliers are down a game, to Lebron they are the best team in the world. This is why the league sees him as the MVP. It’s not just what Lebron does on the court; Lebron has a mentality that is taking him further places than the NBA. 

 

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