Photo Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Photo Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports


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Entering the Finals, the Cavaliers had already lost Kevin Love for the year due to injury. Then in overtime in Game 1, Kyrie Irving was injured and is also out for the season. They were the two best players on the roster behind LeBron James. After Irving went down, all the “analysts” came out of the woodwork to say that the Cavaliers had zero shot of winning the championship and  they would most likely get swept by Golden State.

Then LeBron answered.

Love him, hate him, or don’t give a shit about him, you gotta respect the man for what he has done so far in the NBA Finals. In case you missed it, LeBron James has scored the most points (123) through the first three games of a Finals series ever. He has the most points, assists and minutes out of any other player in this series so far as well.

I really don’t care about LeBron James and I’m a casual basketball fan at best, but I’ve gained so much respect for him during this series.

So I’m here to stir things up. I’m here to submit some questions about one of the most polarizing athletes on the planet to one of the most opinionated group of savages (myself included) on the internet. If you put any other player in NBA history in their prime on this Cavaliers team, are they up 2 – 1 on the Warriors?  Is LeBron the best NBA player of all time? If not, will your opinion change if the Cavs win the Finals?

Fire away CB commenters.

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