If there's one characteristic of LeBron James that we all know and either love or hate, it's his showmanship.
It's one of his greatest gifts and curses; James loves to put on a show for whatever audience is watching. It doesn't matter if the crowd loves him or hates him, but mostly if it hates him, James is a showoff in its truest form as he breaks out his entire repertoire on both sides of the floor. He came into this league with a spotlight cast on him and he's made sure to keep it on him throughout his NBA journey.
It's when the crowd really doesn't want to see him perform well when you see James at his best. Take his first meeting back in Cleveland as a perfect example of James wanting to put on a show. He knew that everyone in the building would be against him and hoping for him to fail, yet he went out and poured in 38 points in 30 minutes and helped his team build up a lead that nearly eclipsed 40 points.
He also carried on the tradition of being a superstar that loves to go berserk whenever he gets near Madison Square Garden. From his 52 points, 10 assists and nine rebound performance to the 17-point fourth quarter he had in Game 3, James has loved putting on a show when the spotlight was at its brightest.
With so many marquee games and some opponents that don't contain near the defensive stoppers necessary to limit James, he has the potential to have his greatest performances next year in these ten games.