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It’s Time to Call Lebron James What He Is: "The King" and the Nba's Greatest Player Ever!

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Learning about sports can be challenging, especially for those who are unfamiliar with them. Sports was not something I enjoyed watching, only when I first saw LeBron James play basketball; he won me over as a fan.

Having watched James play, I felt I was ready to take on this challenge to understand the game. So I can watch him on television. I showed the dates and times of his games on my calendar.

My fascination with him led me to search for him on YouTube, and his video was even more impressive. I traced his career back to his first year at St Vincent-St Mary High School. The guy I saw was excellent, and I can see why he refers to as “The Chosen One,” and he is the greatest NBA player ever.

Watching his interviews and games, I thought he was very energetic and played the game like no other professional. This guy gets better and better each year, and he is a chosen leader who will not have a simple journey.

It’s never easy, but being chosen entails significant challenges, and sometimes the race is hard to run, but He’s up for the challenge. Having read an article stating that his brain was his most important weapon during the competition, I agreed and firmly believed that he could still control the game to do whatever he pleases, and no one was like him. It is time to recognize LeBron James for what he is: the NBA’s greatest player ever.


Love him or hate him, “King James” demonstrates the qualities of a brilliant leader. No one else has ever closed an NBA final like King James. “King James” has proven that he is the real deal, and he can do the unthinkable.

The athlete contributes to one of the greatest comebacks in sports history to fulfill a promise to his fans. Because of this, it is time for LeBron James to receive recognition as “the King” and the NBA’s greatest player of all time.

“King” James promised to bring a championship to Cleveland, and he did just that. There is finally relief among Cleveland fans. After 52 years, Cleveland finally has a championship thanks to the “King”.

Cleveland fans can finally enjoy one of the nation’s gloomiest sports cities by celebrating the best sports moment. James comprises three championships won by two teams against three current or former MVPs from three different teams; Tim Duncan, Stephan Curry, and Kevin Durant. He knows what he’s doing. It’s easy for him.


In 2010, Cleveland fans were furious when James left for Miami. His jersey burned even though he returned to Cleveland in the 2014-2015 season, attempting to bring home an NBA championship.

However, he could not defeat the warrior in game 6, losing 4-2 by 105 to 97. He felt disappointed and blamed himself. In the 2015-2016 NBA Final, Cleveland was down 3-1. After falling behind 3-1, Cleveland came back to win the championship 4-3, becoming the first team in NBA history to accomplish this achievement.

Over 10,000 screaming fans took great pleasure in gathering at the IX Center, waiting for their hero to emerge from a plane on Monday afternoon to bring home the Larry O’Brien Trophy.


Early Life

Before being called “The Chosen One,” King James was raised by a 16-year-old welfare mother. His mother was desperate to establish a sound foundation for him.

LeBron Raymond James is a professional basketball player. Originally from the United States, he started playing NBA basketball for the Cleveland Cavaliers. His birthplace was Akron, Ohio, on the 30th of December 1984. Despite his difficult early life, he was determined to make something of himself. At age nine, he began playing basketball.

"King James came from humble beginnings that transformed his life in the fourth grade when his athletic ability paved the way for stability, and after that, an ascent to stardom. He had a drive and a sense of appreciation that made him the greatest basketball player of his generation. James even graced the cover of Sports Illustrated as a junior in high school. Because of that, it is time to call LeBron James what he is: “the King” and the NBA’s greatest player ever.

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Professional Career

While in Akron, Ohio, James played basketball at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, where he gained attention as an upcoming NBA superstar. After being selected by the Cavaliers for the 2003 NBA championship, his professional career began.

Cleveland reached its first ultimate game in 2007, losing to the San Antonio Spurs. His career with Cleveland spanned from 2003 to 2007. After that, he played in Miami from 2010 to 2014. A four-year veteran of the Miami Heat, he won titles one after another in 2012 and 2013.

James led the Miami Heat to a 27-game winning streak in 2013. His contract expired in 2014, and he returned to the Cavaliers. Cleveland won the 2016 NBA championships because of his excellent leadership. Therefore, it is time to call LeBron James what he is: “the King” and the NBA’s greatest player ever


Player Profile

James is 6’8" high or 2.03 meters tall and weighs 113.4 lbs or 250 pounds. James began playing basketball as a forward and powered forward, but he can play all three positions well. His career averages are 7.2 rebounds, 6.9 assists, 27.5 points, and 1.7 steals per game.

James is the chosen one in the NBA, and he is one of the most gifted, unique, and athletic players of all time. Usually, he compares to Hall of Famers Oscar Robertson, Michael Jordan, and Magic Johnson. NBA player LeBron James is on the ESPN (Entertainment and Sports Programming Network) network as one of its best players.


King James Achievements

• James has won three NBA championships in 2012, 2013 and 2016.

• Four Most Valuable Player Awards (MVP Awards) by NBA are on his behalf in 2009, 2010, 2012, and 2013.

• He has also won three NBA Finals MVP Awards in 2012, 2013, and 2016.

• In the Olympics of 2008 and 2012, he got gold medals.

• He also achieved the high-scoring title of the NBA in 2008.

• In his debut year in 2004, they awarded him the NBA Rookie of the Year Award because of his splendid performance.

• He is the all-time leading scorer for Cleveland Cavaliers.

Current and former basketball players, coaches, analysts, and basketball fans consider him the best and legendary players of all-time and rank him as one of the best at the small forward position and in the top five overall. It is clear; It’s time to call LeBron James what he is: “the King” and the NBA’s greatest player ever.


NBA Championship 2016

Basketball is one of the fastest and most favored sports in the world. The National Basketball Association (NBA) is also one of the most popular sports leagues in the USA and believes in producing the best basketball players worldwide. The NBA is among the highest-paid sports leagues in the world.

James played in the NBA 2016 championship series final on Sunday, June 19. It culminated in the 2015–16 season. As the Eastern Conference champion, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors by a score of 4-3 in the last match. They also played the last game of the 2015 NBA championships were also between these teams. Golden State Warriors won.



It was the 14th rematch in NBA finals history, and it was the second consecutive rematch since the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat faced off in 2013 and 2014.

Because of its home-court advantage, Golden State jumped to a 2–0 lead in the series. However, Cleveland fought back to win game 3. Despite Cavaliers’ efforts, the Warriors won game 4 to take a 3-1 lead.

Cavaliers won the next three consecutive games, shocking the Warriors and becoming the first team in Finals history to overcome a 3-1 deficit. The Cavaliers won their first major sports championship in 1964 after this victory. It is therefore time to call LeBron James what he is: “the King” and the NBA’s greatest player ever.


Why King James Is the best NBA player Ever

Without a doubt, LeBron James is “the King” and the greatest NBA player of all time. Whether you are a LeBron fan, he has an unparalleled ability to lead his team like no other.

People will say King James uses the same skills as Michael Jordan or Oscar Robertson, but I do not agree. James is in a league of his own with his leadership ability where he will say, “Follow me, and I’ll get you there” instead of just saying it.

As for King James’ most significant achievement, he won the NBA championship in 2015-16. The Cavs were down 3-1, and the Warriors outmatched Cleveland. Despite the absence of J. R. Smith and Kevin Love, James often found himself flanked by Iman Shumpert and Richard Jefferson, trying to hold the team together, yet he turned back to the best shooting backcourt in NBA history.

No doubt many people wondered how a team that featured the greatest player in basketball history was down 3-1 won its first championship?

LeBron James pushed the team through it, and now it’s time to call him what he is: “the King” and the greatest player of all time.


King James stands apart from other skilled basketball players by his many exceptional abilities. There are many reasons for his dominance, and not just his power of authority, but also his selfless leadership, and his ultimate weapon, his brain.

The ‘King James’ brain helps him remember what the opponent ran before a game, and he will be ready for it. James can play all five positions correctly. The best leaders shine in the spotlight, not just stand under it.

He can shine, but he also knows how to deflect that light to those around him. Because of this, it is time to call LeBron James what he is: “the King” and the NBA’s greatest player ever.

Like Wilt Chamberlain, who set almost every scoring record imaginable during the 1960s and 1970s, many talented players in the NBA were beloved by fans. He was a big man who knew how to use his height and size, but he did more than be a big man; he was also a world-class athlete that nobody could stop.

The things he could do athletically are hard to match. While James has exceptional abilities, I will take nothing away from him; he stands out because he developed into a league of his own, and he fits into his current era entirely. If you think about it, maybe that is what makes him so remarkable. Given that, it is time to call LeBron James what he is: “the King” and the NBA’s greatest player ever.


Coach Lüe has brought this team together in the way no other could have; they have made history and shattered records. “King James,” Cleveland’s promise keeper, has won the hearts of the city.

King James keeps his promise with the help of Cleveland’s three best shooters - Irving, Smith, and Love. Although it had been a long time coming, the NBA championship ended June 19, 2016, with three more words from King James: “Oh my God!”

Andre Iguodala had a clear path for an excellent lay-up shot that would have put the Warriors ahead by two points with 1:45 remaining.

James could not allow himself to be surprised when he swooped up high to block his shot at achieving his goal. In winning the championship, the Cleveland Cavaliers became the first team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit and win.


What a remarkable comeback. Irving had 27 points and 11 assists. King James, the MVP finished with 27 points, two steals, and three blocks (11 in the fourth), 11 rebounds, and 11 assists. He put the finishing touches on the series when he blocked a basket that would have put the warrior up two points before Irving hit his three-pointer.

The Cleveland Cavaliers won a championship and earned credit for beating a team currently ranked 1st in the NBA Pacific Division. This win elevates James standing among basketball’s best players. It is time to call LeBron James what he is: “the King” and the NBA’s greatest player ever!


"King James & daughter"!


It’s time to call LeBron James what he is: "the King" and the NBA's greatest player ever!


Lebron's NBA Playoffs Stats Still the "King"


Last minute of the 2016 NBA Finals Game 7

Lebron's Family Phote



For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. LeBron James has made ___ straight NBA Finals appearances.
    • 8
    • 6
    • 4
  2. The best five-man lineup with over 25 minutes played in the playoffs is:
    • Cleveland Cavaliers: Dellavedova,Matthew - Frye,Channing - James,LeBron - Jefferson,Richard - Shumpert,Iman
    • Oklahoma City Thunder: Adams,Steven - Durant,Kevin - Kanter,Enes - Waiters,Dion - Westbrook,Russell
    • Golden State Warriors: Barnes,Harrison - Curry,Stephen - Green,Draymond - Iguodala,Andre - Thompson,Klay (aka “The Line
    • Memphis Grizzles: Adams,Steven - Durant,Kevin - Kanter,Enes - Waiters,Dion - Westbrook,Russell
  3. The Cavaliers most demoralizing loss of the regular season was:
    • 76-105 loss on the road vs. the Portland Trail Blazers on December 26, 2015
    • 98-132 loss at home vs. the Golden State Warriors on January 18, 2016
    • 103-104 loss at home vs. the Boston Celtics on February 5, 2016
    • 99-113 loss on the road to the Washington Wizards on February 28
    • 95-104 loss on the road to the Brooklyn Nets on March 24
  4. True or False: The turning point of the Cavs' season was the firing of David Blatt and promotion of Tyronn Lue.
    • True!
    • False!
  5. True or False: Channing Frye is the Cavaliers most important bench player in the series.
    • True!
    • False!

Answer Key

  1. 8
  2. Cleveland Cavaliers: Dellavedova,Matthew - Frye,Channing - James,LeBron - Jefferson,Richard - Shumpert,Iman
  3. 76-105 loss on the road vs. the Portland Trail Blazers on December 26, 2015
  4. True!
  5. True!

Lebron & Cleveland Cavaliers VS- Stephen & Golden State Warriors


"King James" and team with Trophy


Lebron James 2015 Game Log For Oct. and Nov.

Date Opponentresult



L 95-97



W 106-76



W 102-92



W 107-100


New York

W 96-86


Indiana Pacers

W 101-97


Utah Jazz

W 118-114


New York Knicks

W 90-84


Milwaukee Bucks

L 105-108 2OT


Detroit Pistons

L 99-104


Milwaukee Bucks

W 115-100


Atlanta Hawks

W 109-97


Orlando Magic

W 117-103


Toronto Raptors

L 99-103


Charlotte Hornets

W 95-90


Brooklyn Nets

W 90-88

"King James"


LeBron James Block Of Andre Iguodala Layup Keys Cavaliers NBA Finals Win

MVP "King James"


© 2016 Pam Morris

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