Monday, May 3

James LeBron Awarded As NBA MVP In Two COnsecutive Seasons

LeBron James of Clevelan makes it again as he got NBA Most Valuable Player award by taking 116 of a possible 123 first-place votes for a landslide triumph Sunday over runner-up Kevin Durant.

It was an overwhelming performance of LeBron James as compared last year which he was achieved 109 of a possible 121 first-place votes from a media panel. This year he defeated Oklahoma City's Durant, who had four first-place votes, and Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers.

In the second round of NBA Playoffs, James LeBron was the power Cavaliers which beat Boston in game one of their best-of- seven series and hosted the second game.

It was the Orlando's center Dwight Howard who is fourth overall and received the other three first-place ballots.

James LeBron got his NBA MVP award at Rhodes Arena at the University of Akron, Ohio, where he played many times as a high school star.

LeBron has an average of 29.7 points, 7.3 rebounds and 8.6 assists this season, and took his game to another level as he led the Cavaliers to a league-best 61 victories in the regular season.

LeBron James is now the NBA 10th player who awarded NBA Most Valuable Player in two consecutive seasons, joining Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Moses Malone, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan and Steve Nash.

LeBron says "It hasn't been hard at all." "I understand what my job is. I want to be the best player every night I go on the court. Me being the focus in free agency has nothing to do with what's going on the court. I can push that stuff aside."
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