LeBron James should scare players in the NBA.
When was the last time the league had a player that can play one through five on the court and have the advantage at every position on both sides of the ball?
…And I’m waiting.
It has never happened before.
Chris Bosh gets hurt versus the Indiana Pacers and James becomes the point forward who scores 40 points, grabs 18 rebounds and tallies 9 assists all while helping get Dwyane Wade out of a slump. Then against the Boston Celtics he scores 45 points, grabs 15 rebounds, and passes for five assists. Those are just the big number games but look who he was up against.
The first round of the playoffs he defends Carmelo Anthony, J.R. Smith, and Tyson Chandler; second round Roy Hibbert, David West and Danny Granger; third round Rajon Rondo, Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, and Kevin Garnett; in the Finals he defended Kevin Durant, James Harden, Serge Ibaka, and Kendrick Perkins.
He defended and played every position. Durant and Anthony can’t be stopped but when the game was on the line James defended them and his team prevailed due to his ability to make it difficult for both players to score.
The scary thing is that he won the championship so there is no longer any pressure.
Every player in the league plays more freely when there is no pressure on them. So if he can do all that with the most pressure any athlete has ever had sitting on his shoulders, what is he going to do with no pressure?
Yes, the NBA should be scared of what Lebron James do next.