I don’t think this is a surprise. Lebron locked this award back in January, and honestly, I think it’s one of those things where it was quite simple. Most of us know that Lebron was the best player in the game. I say most because there are people out there who say that Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant, and Carmelo Anthony are better (No Seriously. I wish I was lying, but honestly, I’m not). Lebron’s game elevated this season, and he’s taken himself up to new heights. Averaging 26.8 pts, 8 boards, 7 dimes, and shooting career-best numbers from the field (Almost 57 percent) and from three (40 percent), it’s been remarkable to watch the growth of his game. Lebron isn’t the best scorer, best shooter, or best defender, but he does everything, and I mean everything great. Hence why he’s the MVP.
This is his 4th MVP, joining MJ, Kareem, Wilt, and Bill. It’s safe to say that Lebron will be in the hall of fame. Knowing how James is though, MVP’s don’t mean much to him. A title is, and since Miami is the prohibitive favorite, maybe King James will win another title.