Why Lebron James is the G.O.A.T. Of The NBA

Lebron James has played for three teams in the NBA.  His first team was the Cleveland Cavaliers and he played for them for seven years, after that he went to the Miami Heat and played for them for four years, then went back to Cleveland for four years, and finally started new in LA and currently playing for the Los Angles Lakers.  Now you see these teams have had some really good moments in history, for example the Lakers had a all-star player Kobe Bryant, and Cleveland had a pretty well-known player named Mark Price.  You see Lebron James has made these teams champions and who they are.  Look at the Cavaliers, as soon as Lebron James left they started loosing badly right now they are last in their division and their record is (8-29).  I hate to say it but the Cavaliers are nothing without Lebron James.  If you are still not convinced take a look at his exceptional career.  Lebron James has been to nine NBA finals and won six out of those nine, and he has won three finals MVP awards, and making 14 all-star game appearances.  If you want to have a look at his stats and the article on why he is the greatest of all-time click on the links below.

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6 thoughts on “Why Lebron James is the G.O.A.T. Of The NBA”

    1. Most of those guys have had a-longer career than Lebron, so he is not done yet. All those players are really good still. Just from his overall stats and he makes unforgettable plays that make Lebron great, and he has a few more years so we don’t know what he could do. Thank you though for reading my article and I am glad that you enjoyed it. If you have any further questions or anything else please leave a comment below.

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