LeBron James Says He Could Win Scoring Title Every Year: What Do You Think?

March 27th, 2010 by Frank Gasper Leave a reply »
LeBron James currently leads the league in scoring with an average of 29.8 points per game. He holds a slight edge over Kevin Durant, who trails by just a tenth of a point at 29.7 per game. But according to James, whether or not he finishes the season on top doesn't matter. What does matter, however, is that we are all aware that he could win the scoring title if he wanted to, every single year.

This ridiculous bit of braggadocio comes from an ESPN.com story, and the exact quote that was printed went like this:

"If I really wanted to," James said, "If I really wanted to be the scoring [champion] every single year—every single year—I could really do it. But it doesn't matter."

Is LeBron really the only one in the league who could win the scoring title every year if that was the primary goal? Of course not. In no particular order, and without even trying to get creative, we have Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, and Dwyane Wade who could all legitimately make the same claim, and no one would bother to bat an eye in disagreement.

Personally, what do you think?

I think he could easily do it, if nobody else was ...

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