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The “King of the East” will now try to make the finals for a 9th straight time but this time his mission is a lot harder.
LeBron’s biggest doubters/haters always brought up his “easy path to the finals” through the Eastern conference but now, James has started a new chapter in his career.
It seems like his first “big decision” in 2010 was a little “louder” than his move to California.
It’s almost like most people anticipated James moving to the Lakers.
Personally, I saw that coming when Kyrie wanted out of Cleveland.
Now, James will be under the brightest of lights in Los Angeles and his “monitoring” from the press and fans through social media will multiply.
Surely, his move to LA was related to other things beside basketball but be sure that LeBron is planning on putting on a show.
Coming off arguably his best season at the age of 33, James is using his platform for more influential reasons and that has a lot of people confused in regards to his future intentions but he’s certainly still focused on basketball.
James will play in a more up-tempo system under coach Luke Walton with young, “thirsty” players around him.
His assists should stay high even though he won’t have the ball in his hands as much.
Regardless, LBJ will be out in transition throwing lobs and finding shooters just like he did in Cleveland.
Not having won the MVP award in 5 years surely doesn’t sit well with someone who is broadly accepted as the best player in the world.
In my eyes, he’s getting his 5th MVP award this year.
The fellas in Golden State have no chance since they are stacked, and it will be really tough for James Harden to duplicate or surpass the season he had last year.
The only real threats to James’ MVP campaign are Anthony Davis in the West and Giannis Antetokounmpo in the East.
Moreover, anyone close to LeBron knows that he won’t rest until he has done everything he can to be considered the greatest ever.
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