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Scoop: LeBron James is the most versatile threat to ever pick up a basketball. It's incredible to watch this man go to work and do the things he does on a routine basis. Whether it's pushing the ball on the break, or pulling up for a 25-footer with a simple flick of the wrist, James is astounding.
This year he's experienced the most change in his 25-year old life. He's gone from being the most loved to the most hated, from cold weather to paradise, and has had to revamp his game to better suit a team with two other superstars on board.
What's the most amazing part to me is how accepting he's been. For about half of the game he puts on the "playmaker hat" and looks to get others involved and pick his spots. That's when Wade and Bosh are on the floor with him.
Then, for about five to six minutes a half, when Wade and Bosh go to the bench, he's in takeover mode. To go from one style of aggression to the next at the blink of an eye is hard to do. Then you throw in the fact that he's completing locking down his man on the defensive end, and then providing flawless help defense, and you never wonder why he's the best in the world.
LeBron may be hated by many, but he is still the best in the game.