NBA Playoffs 2012: 10 Reasons Why LeBron James Is Still the Postseason MVP

June 5th, 2012 by Brett Gering Leave a reply »
LeBron James of the Miami Heat remains the postseason's MVP; "The Akron Hammer" is driving nails through the competition's coffin. 

A tightly contested Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics series anchors the 2012 Eastern Conference finals. Three things are certain in life: death, taxes and postseason criticism of LeBron James. His reputation is handcuffed to "The Decision," while the court of public opinion grants his teammates immunity. 

"LeBron": A divisive, two-syllable name that knocks on the door of emotion. Depending on the owner, it's greeted with open arms or bounced quicker than Jazz on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. 

He's a three-time regular-season MVP and, figuratively, should also be considered this postseason's MVP. 

Odds are, you're reading this because you love or hate him.

Basketball fans—whether a fair-weather Miami beachgoer, disgruntled Clevelander or an impartial follower from a desolate town in Montana—routinely check the Heat score and James' stat line.


Because it defines the fans nearly as much as it does LeBron.

It's the athletic renditio ...

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