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2012 NBA Finals Stats: 29.3 PPG, 10.0 RPG, 6.0 APG, 47.2 FG%, 81.1 FT%
It seems like it's finally LeBron James' time to win his first of what could be many NBA titles, and in doing so he also has a great chance at capturing his first NBA Finals MVP of his career.
Aside from the impressive production, LeBron is more importantly leading the Miami Heat. LeBron is taking clutch shots, and he's even hitting some of them.
There's no doubt that LeBron is a different player this season, and that's showing in the way he's carried himself through the postseason and more importantly in the 2012 NBA Finals.
Unless LeBron sits out Game 5 or goes 0-for-20 from the field, there's no way that he won't walk out of AmericanAirlines Arena without the 2012 NBA Finals MVP trophy in his hands, as long as the Heat manage to knock off the Thunder as well.
If the way LeBron has played in the postseason is a sign of things to come for the King, then the NBA better get ready for multiple NBA titles going through South Beach.