LeBron James, Finals MVP with another grisly record

LeBron, winner of the MVP of the 2020 Finals. He has been given this award four times and with three different franchises, never seen in the NBA.

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The fight was between LeBron James and Anthony Davis and it was finally LeBron James who added another individual award to his story. In the celebration of the 17th title in the history of the Lakers, he even joked with Davis about the struggle that, within the fact that they had to work as a team and have proven to be the most fearsome couple in the NBA today, they have maintained in this final tie of the 2019/20 season, the longest in the history of this league.

The Finals are the territory of LeBron James and at Disney World, in these against the Heat (one of his previous teams), he shows it again. Adam Silver's voice rang out his name once again when it comes to the NBA Finals MVP. It is his fourth award of these characteristics.

When being introduced to him on the court and being able to thank him, he left a phrase to remember: "We all demand respect. The coach, the franchise, our fans ... And I also demand my damn respect." In the midst of extra-sports battles to see who is the best and by how much and cryptic phrases like the previous one, James adds a new milestone. The player they compare him to is the one he joins today: only he and Michael Jordan have at least four Finals MVP trophies. More Comparisons: Join the group of players who have won it 35 years of age or older, which includes Jordan, Abdul-Jabbar and Chamberlain in addition to His Majesty of Akron. But it doesn't stop there. If we talk about a unique player, one more point: he is the only one in history who is MVP of the Finals with three different teams (Heat, in 2013 and 2013; Cavaliers, in 2016; Lakers, in 2020).

The Bill Russell Award was decided unanimously. All eleven members of the press entitled to vote bet on LeBron James.

James' numbers in these 2020 Finals have been the following: 29.8 points, 11.8 rebounds, 8.5 assists and 1.2 steals in 39 minutes on average.



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