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LeBron James The Best?


Okay this is his 4th season

and he already has these acolades

NBA Rookie of the Year: 2004
NBA All-Rookie First Team: 2004
NBA All-Star Game MVP: 2006
3-time NBA All-Star: 2005, 2006, 2007
3-time All-NBA:
First Team: 2006
Second Team: 2005, 2007
Bronze medal with Team USA, 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.
Bronze medal with Team USA, 2006 FIBA World Championships.
2007 NBA Eastern Conference Champions with the Cavaliers
Gold medal with Team USA, 2007 FIBA Americas
2007 NBA Eastern Conference Champions with the Cavaliers : 2007

LeBron James was named co-MVP by The Sporting News in 2006.The Sporting News Co-MVP: 2006
NBA All-Star Game MVP: 2006
3-time NBA All-Star: 2005, 2006, 2007
3-time All-NBA:
First Team: 2006
Second Team: 2005, 2007
NBA All-Rookie First Team: 2004
NBA Rookie of the Year: 2004
5 time NBA Player of the Month Award: 2004-2007[citation needed]
10 time NBA Player of the Week Award: 2004-2007[citation needed]
Won all six Rookie of the Month awards for the Eastern Conference: 2004
Gold medal with 2001 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival North Team: 2001
Bronze medal with Team USA, 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece: 2004
Bronze medal with Team USA, 2006 FIBA World Championships: 2006
Gold medal with Team USA, 2007 FIBA Americas Championships: 2007
NBA regular season leader, field goals made: 2005 (795).[1]
NBA regular season leader, minutes played: 2005 (3,388), 2007 (3,190).[1]
NBA regular season leader, traditional three-point plays: 2006 (79).[2]
Career 40+ point games (regular season): 17 (as of 2006-07)
Career 40+ point games (postseason): 3 (as of 2006-07)
Career 50+ point games (regular season): 3 (as of 2006-07)
Career triple-doubles (regular season): 10 (2006-07)
Career triple-doubles (postseason): 2 (as of 2005-06)
[edit] NBA milestones
One of three players in NBA history to average at least 20 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists in their rookie season.[1]
Includes Oscar Robertson and Michael Jordan.
One of five players in NBA history to average over 25 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists in a season.[1]
Includes Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, Oscar Robertson (achieved this six times), and John Havlicek (achieved this twice).
One of four players in NBA history to average at least 31 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists in a season.[3]
Includes Oscar Robertson (achieved this twice), Jerry West, and Michael Jordan.
One of three players in NBA history to record a triple-double in their playoff debut.[4]
Includes Magic Johnson and Johnny McCarthy.
One of two players in NBA history to average at least 27 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists for three consecutive seasons.[5]
Includes Oscar Robertson.
2nd place all-time on consecutive 20-point games to start a playoff career with 19.[6]
Behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s 27 consecutive games
Only player in NBA history to score 25 straight points in a playoff game.[7]

[edit] Youngest player records
James owns numerous NBA youngest player records:1

Youngest player to be named NBA Rookie of the Year (19 years of age).
Youngest player to record a triple-double (20 years, 20 days).
Recorded 27 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists on January 19, 2005 vs. the Portland Trail Blazers.
Youngest player to score 40 points in a game (19 years, 88 days).[8]
Youngest player to score 50 points in a game (20 years, 80 days).[9]
Recorded 56 points vs. the Toronto Raptors on March 20, 2005.
Youngest player to score 2,000 points in a season (19 years, 272 days days).[1]
Youngest player to average 30 points per game in a season (2005-06 season).
Youngest player to win an All-Star Game MVP (21 years, 51 days)
Youngest player to be named to the All-NBA first team (21 years, 138 days).[10]
Youngest player to lead the league in All-Star voting (22 years, 26 days)
Youngest player to be awarded All-NBA honors.[1]
Youngest player to reach:
1,000 points
2,000 points
3,000 points
4,000 points
5,000 points
6,000 points
7,000 points
8,000 points
Notes: 1 Beginning in 2006 the NBA introduced age requirement restrictions. Prospective high school players must now wait a year before entering the NBA, making these records more difficult to break.

[edit] Cavaliers franchise records
Points
Game: 56 (March 20, 2005 vs. Toronto Raptors).[1]
Game, playoffs: 48 (May 31, 2007 vs. Detroit Pistons).
Half, playoffs: 25 (1st half, April 30, 2006 vs. Washington Wizards)[11]
Quarter: 21 (4th quarter, April 5, 2006 vs. New York Knicks).
Quarter, playoffs: 18 (1st quarter, April 30, 2006 vs. Washington Wizards)[11].
Season: 2,478 (2005-06)
Career scoring average: 26.7
Consecutive games scoring at least 35 points: 9 (March 22–April 8, 2006) [12]
Consecutive Points: 25 (May 31, 2007 vs. Detroit Pistons)
Field goals made
Game: 19 (3 times, most recently April 5, 2006 vs. New York Knicks)

[edit] High school honors
2000:
27-0 Record
State Champions
2001:
USA Today All-USA First Team (first sophomore to receive this honor)
Ohio Mr. Basketball (first sophomore to receive this honor)
Adidas ABCD Camp Underclassmen MVP
State Champions
2002:
USA Today High School Player of the Year
Gatorade Circle of Champions National Player of the Year
USA Today All-USA First Team
Ohio Mr. Basketball
2003:
USA Today High School Player of the Year
Gatorade Circle of Champions National Player of the Year
USA Today All-USA First Team
Ohio Mr. Basketball
Ohio Division II Player of the Year
Naismith High School Player of the Year
Morgan Wootten Award (McDonald’s National Player of the Year)
McDonald’s High School All-American
McDonald’s High School All-American Game MVP
2003 Powerade Jam Fest Champion
Jeremy Nathaniel Memorial Classic MVP
Jordan Capital Classic MVP
EA Sports Roundball Classic MVP
State Champions
National Champions

Ooo wow you can copy accomplishments from some website that really makes LeBron a great player. I could do the same thing for Kobe Duncan Nash anybody. I mean really: &quot:Jeremy Nathaniel Memorial Classic MVP&quot: Do you even know what the hell that is? No, you don’t.

Right now, Kobe’s the best, plain and simple.

Best player in the NBA- Yes
Best player ever at that age- Yes
Best player ever- Not yet.. he has to win alot of rings and keep improving.. and if he does that I’m sure he has a chance.

he’s got much to learn before he becomes the best NBA player. he’s got bad clutch, but he has good court vision.
every year he’s gotten alot better though… i have to admit, lebron is getting there..

BTW, dont ever compare lebron to MJ.. NO CHANCE.

no net yet Lebron James still haven’t surpass Michael &quot:Air&quot: Jordan

where is NBA CHAMPIONSHIP or NBA MVP or NBA FINALS MVP or SLAM DUNK CHAMPION??? His team lost 4-0 last year in the Finals!!!

Great argument but no MJ is still the best ever.

He’s really good and very talented. He’s one of the best for the moment!

NICE ~!

lets hope we can Add Gold Medalist to that Soon~!

yup hes the best player in the nba =D but no rings…=\

Absolutley not, he has no championships and will never be like Micheal Jordan, I think he’s overrated..but he is good

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