There is no doubt that LeBron James is one of the best basketball players on the planet. There are people out there that believe he is the greatest player on the planet.

Forget two great seasons, or being the league’s scoring champ, or emerging as the best two-way player in the game the last couple years.

LeBron’s been doing what he does, consistently, since 2003 when he was an 18-yeat-old rookie on the then-lowly Cleveland Cavaliers.

Maybe that’s why he’s being denied his fifth NBA MVP award – we’re just used to LeBron being LeBron?

We’ve become desensitized to his greatness.

When someone says, “Hey, did you see LeBron’s chase-down block last night?” You can answer no, not that particular one, but you’ve seen enough of them over the last 14 years to know exactly what James did.

He never seems to slow down, as if time doesn’t affect his stamina, skill, or drive. James finished the regular season with 26.4 points per game, 8.7 assists per game, and 8.6 rebounds per game.

Yet, here we are.

Don’t make him an MVP finalist, NBA, it doesn’t matter.

Flip to Page 2 for LeBron’s reaction to not being an MVP Finalist…

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