Another Pointless MVP for LBJ

By on May 13, 2012

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So Lebron wins his 3rd MVP and he has yet to win an NBA Championship. Is Lebron really the most valuable player in the NBA? Hell no. He is a stat monster, he is a scoring machine and a physical beast but he is no where near the most valuable player to his team. Maybe I look at it a little different, maybe I think the MVP should go to the player that makes his teammates better and without him the team would be lost.

If you remove Lebron from the Heat they are still a contender, so I ask you, the reader to think about it, does Lebron truly deserve this? Look around the league and really take a look at the guys that do make everybody better and lead their teams. A few popular names come to mind like Durant, CP3 and Kobe. But if you look a little deeper you may just be surprised at who does the most for their team.

Chris Paul took over the Clippers, the laughing stock of Los Angeles and instantly made them a team to be worried about. He is a floor general and can kill you in the weaning seconds of a game. He makes all those around him better while constantly improving his game.

Tony Parker also leads his team; he has a cast of about to be over hill guys and rookies and yet had one of his best seasons and I think due to the East Coast Bias he was not even a glimmer in most people’s eyes. His play has rejuvenated the Spurs and he led his team to the best record in the West.

Rajon Rondo is simply a freak of nature, he piled up a few triple doubles, pushed his over the hill gang to into the playoff’s and continues to pad his stats all while making sure the “Big 3” of Pierce, Allen and Garnett stay involved in the game.

Kobe Bryant is the heart and soul of the Lakers and he continues to impress me with each passing game. 16 years in the league, 2nd in scoring, he plays monster defense and he will kill you in the clutch. Many say he is a ball hog and a selfish player but he is 2nd on the team in assists. He just passed Magic for most steals as a Laker and without him the Lakers would have not made the playoffs.

I can’t say the same for Lebron, I’ll agree that he has amazing stats but I don’t

Lebron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh the proclaimed "Dream Team" during the summer of 2010 has not won anything yet. Maybe they should keep sleeping (photo by Issac Baldizon/NBAE via Getty Images)

feel he makes his team any better than they are now. The Heat with Wade and Bosh still make the playoffs, they still finish with the 2nd or 3rd best record in the east and they don’t have to worry about a mental breakdown in the 4th quarter.

I always catch a ton of flack for how express my thoughts on James but I’m not saying anything that my eyes don’t “WITNESS” and I’m not the type to kiss up to a player when they have not shown me anything to say without him the Heat would be a horrible team. Yes I think he deserved 1 MVP while in Cleveland but after that I say stop the nonsense.

I will watch and wait for the annual post season collapse of the self proclaimed King as I have every year he has made it to the post season and I will tell all the Lebron Lovers “I TOLD YOU SO” again. Enjoy your individual trophy Lebron, a finals MVP and a championship ring means more than a regular season MVP in my book.

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  1. Xander says:

    I think LeBron got too caught up in his own hype and hoeulpfly he looks back at that dog and pony show he put together this offseason and regrets how he acted (eventhough I sure he doesn’t care too much about what the public thinks of him, as long as he can still sell shoes). I just wonder how he will take to being on D-Wade’s team and not being the historical figure that it seemed he wanted to be. While it is possible that the heat could win multiple championships, D-Wade already has one so no matter how many LeBron wins the focus will be on Wade and his pursuit of Jordan/ Kobe. Couple that with LBJ choking in the playoffs and rarely wanting to be the one taking that final shot, history may look at him on the level of Pippen. That isn’t a bad place to be, but it is hardly where LBJ probably thinks he should be.Teams have one headliner the headlines never talk about Derek Fisher coming close to Jordan’s rings, its all about Kobe. This team is going to be about Wade and how he recruited players to build his dynasty.

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  3. Hisako says:

    it even better than Jordan: If you’re the two-time dnfdeeing NBA MVP, you don’t leave anywhere. They come to you. That’s ridiculous. I like LeBron. He’s a great player. But I don’t think in the history of sports you can find a two-time dnfdeeing MVP leaving to go play with other people.

  4. Khushi says:

    This is the begining of the end!!! The time will come when all the best plryeas will get together in private and decide who will go where. A perfect ccase of the fox running the chicken coop!A presedence has started and a new ear has begun.I never did like the NBA anyway, now here is a valid reason.

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