Is LeBron James Already One of the 25 Greatest Players Ever?

May 1st, 2010 by Dwyane Montell Leave a reply »
We are witnessing greatness right now, we are witnessing a legend in the making We are witnessing the phenomenon LeBron James and we need to appreciate it. He is the best player in the league today and is a freak of nature that can't be stopped. He is a triple double machine and can do whatever he wants in his sleep. He is strong, fast, quick, he can jump high, he can shoot, he can drive, he can rebound, he can block shots, he is clutch and he has the swagger. LeBron has it all and the league is his and will be for the next 12 years. He may go down as the greatest player in NBA history but where does he rank today? If LeBron James career were to end today would he be a top 25 all-time player? 

Now that he has won his second MVP at the age of just 25 I think it is safe to say LeBron James is one of the 25 greatest players to ever play the game. His resume speaks for itself and it is hard to argue why isn't top 25 all-time. In 548 career games LeBron James has 15,251, 3810 assists, 3861 rebounds and has amazing career averages of 27.8 ppg(3rd all-time), 7.0 apg and 7.0 rpg. His playoff career average is an amazing 29.5 ppg and he trails only Michael Jordan and Allen ...

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