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LeBron James. Was there any doubt?!
Posted May 05, 2010 at 01:17 pm 1 COMMENTS Bookmark and Share

LeBron James is the MVP for the second year in a row -- out of 123 first place votes, he received 116.  Yeah, that is without a doubt a “landside” victory.  I’m just trying to figure out who the 7 idiots are that voted for someone other than LeBron???  I mean seriously, is there any question at all?!  King James proves time and time again that he is the most dominate player in the game today.  He’s also a class act, on and off the court (in a sport that sets you up to pat yourself on the back for winning such an amazing award!), LeBron gives credit to the rest of his teammates.  While giving his acceptance speech, The King looked down at his fellow teammates and said, “I'm sorry, but all my teammates, you have to come up here with me, man.  My name may be put on the front of that trophy," (while pointing to the Maurice Podoloff Trophy), "...but these guys have a lot to do with it."  That’s class and that’s LeBron James.  He understands that T.E.A.M is an acronym -- Together Everyone Achieves More.  He is unselfish and willing to do whatever it takes to win ball games.  Sure, he’s proud of this award, but he has bigger things to compete for, which is why he said, "The only reason I do what I do on the court is to compete for an NBA championship.  I understand that until I win that I won't go down as one of the greatest players ever.  That's my only goal right now.  This is the closest I've been to it."  He’s going to get his ring, whether this season or another, he will win a championship, and I believe with his unselfishness and willingness to play team ball he may just need both hands for all those rings...

 

Stephen Bethea aka "Dr. Smack" – Rivalry Rage, Inc.

 

1 Comments
 
bob bob Says:
May 07th, 2010 at 06:09 pm
In order to win a championship, he might need find a way to stay in an entire game without getting looked at by a trainer. Someone with that much tenacity and work ethic (as people seem to say) seems like they would have a little more of a pain tolerance. LeBron James is the biggest pansy this league has ever seen. Talking about championships? He won't even win a conference.