The one thing, however, that LeBron does not have is a career-defining moment in the NBA Finals, and Game 2 is the perfect place for him to change that.
Game 1 of the 2012 NBA Finals wasn't a disaster for LeBron. He actually set his NBA Finals' career high with 30 points. But that doesn't mean that it was anything for him to be proud of either. If LeBron can produce another one of his 40-point performances in Game 2 on Thursday night, LeBron can help the Heat even the series, while also getting that memorable NBA Finals' moment.
Ahead are five reasons why LeBron will drop 40 points in Game 2 of the 2012 NBA Finals.