NBA Better Take Notice: LeBron James Is Back, Better Than Ever

December 31st, 2011 by Svyato Rovenchuk The Toronto Made Classic Leave a reply »
Last year ended with a very disappointing NBA Finals defeat for LeBron James, who was so close to his first ring he could taste it. However, instead he left with a bitter taste of defeat in his mouth yet again, this time at the hands of the Dallas Mavericks.

LeBron, who had been excellent in last year's playoffs leading up to the finals, really didn't seem like himself playing the Mavericks. Some say it was the way Dallas played him; others will just say he choked. No matter what label you put on it, LeBron did not play like he should have. He will be the first to tell you that. 

At that moment, I believe something in LeBron snapped. After losing in his second NBA Finals appearance, this time with a team that looked nothing less than a sure fire thing, LeBron had his fill of it. During the offseason, James committed to finally improving his post game with Hakeem Olajuwon, hoping to add yet another weapon to his dynamic offensive arsenal. He and Wade also took the time to learn how to play in harmony with each other, develop some chemistry. LeBron and the Heat did everything in their power to come back ready as ever for the new NBA season.

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