I don’t follow the NBA like I used to, but one thing I have been paying attention to is the development of LeBron James, and he just delivered a performance I haven’t witnessed since Michael Jordan’s heyday. For those who missed it, the Cavs just beat the Pistons in double overtime, and Lebron had 48 points, including the last 25 points the Cavs scored, and 29 of their last 30 points. It was practically a 5 on 1 game down the stretch, with LeBron doing it from all over the court: dunks, threes, fadeaway jumpers, and a beautiful layup to win it. No matter the sport, it’s always great to watch an amazing athlete with a passion to win get in a zone where they simply won’t be denied. I still doubt, even if they get past Detroit, the Cavs have what it takes to beat the Spurs. But LeBron will get his ring eventually, and it’ll be fun to watch.
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