It’s been almost 10 years since LeBron James made the jump from high school straight into the NBA, yet somehow it’s easy to forget just how good he was in his varsity days. As a refresher, check out all of LBJ’s stats from his high school days and remember why he had so much praised heaped upon him before he become the first pick in the 2003 draft and a four time NBA MVP.
Nike celebrates LeBron James winning his fourth MVP award with a special edition LEBRON X MVP shoe (that he wore yesterday) to go along with a new “Witness History” campaign. Featuring a multifaceted vibrant colorway on the right an left shoe, MVP on the tongue and a bunch of other design surprises. Here is what Nike has to say about them.
“The vibrant LEBRON X MVP shoe fuses the unique colorways and designs of each style in the LEBRON X series, which James debuted in August 2012. The design details, including MVP on the shoe tongue, weave the story of James’s incredible journey over the past year. It’s a path that has seen him striving for excellence by perfecting his shooting efficiency, assists and rebounds to cut through defense effectively as an individual and as a team. Along the way, James has traveled from the courts of London to the hardwood arena of Miami, achieving victory in an extraordinary 27-game winning streak.”
The LEBRON X MVP shoe will be available in limited quantities at select retailers in North America and China soon.
Deflected pass? No problem. LeBron James knows how to handle those too.
Not 1, not 2, not 3, but 4. That’s how many MVP awards Akron, Ohio native LeBron James has in his surely fancy and possibly overcrowded trophy cabinet. Since your chances of winning a NBA MVP award are slim cause LBJ continues to hoard them. Maybe copping this cool MVP level caricature tee from UNDRCRWN will hold you over until you grow a few more inches and develop a decent mid-range jumper to challenge the King. Attainable goals people.
From the not so shocking files. LeBron James was selected as the NBA’s Most Valuable Player for the fourth time in his career. Out of a possible 121 first-place votes, James received 120 with Carmelo Anthony receiving the lone vote to deny LeBron of a unanimous decision.
“It was probably a writer out of New York that didn’t give me that vote,” James said. “And we know the history between the Heat and the Knicks, so I get it.”
This season LeBron James averaged 26.8 points, 8 rebounds, 7.3 assists, and 1.7 steals per game on 56.5 percent shooting. He was presented with the Maurice Podoloff Trophy on Sunday.
Featuring highlights of LeBron James from game 7 against the Boston Celtics in the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals. “We Are All Watching” is the first in a series of NBA Playoffs 2013 commercials. Showing fans from all over the world locked to their screens when James makes a spectacular alley-oop play.