James had quite the season last year by winning the scoring title and MVP honors. James then was named MVP of the NBA Finals after winning his first championship. He would later lead Team USA to Gold — James’ second — at the London Games. James enters his third season in Miami with a little less pressure on his shoulders after he carried the Heat at times during last year’s playoffs. In Game 4 against the Pacers and the Heat down 2-1, James’ went off by scoring 40 points with 18 rebounds as the Heat tied the series. Against Boston in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, James scored 45 points with 15 rebounds and five assists to join Wilt Chamberlain as the only players to put up those numbers in an NBA playoff game.
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