LeBron James: It’s Obvious That LBJ Is This Season’s Most Valuable Player

January 13th, 2011 by Josh B Leave a reply »
Do you know when the last time was that a team with the best regular season record finished the next year with the worst regular season record?

Before you strain yourself, here's the answer: It's never happened. But the 8-30 Cleveland Cavaliers are proving that anything's possible, in the worst way possible.

This is coming after they had the best record last year, at 61-21.

The biggest drop-off of all time belongs to the 96-97 San Antonio Spurs, who won 20 games after a 59 win season. Luckily for the Spurs, their tanking was rewarded with the first overall pick in 1997, used on Tim Duncan.

Cleveland will have to hope for similar luck in the draft, since Dan Gilbert has done basically all he can to scare away superstars.

As everyone knows, the main superstar he drove away was LeBron James. James finished his Cleveland career with the last two MVP awards. Hopefully, he gets a third consecutive.

There are two reasons why James will not win the MVP though, no matter how much he deserves it: The first is that the Miami Heat are stacked with star power; no matter what James does to deserve the award, he will not win ...

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