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Is there a list that doesn't feature LeBron James?
LeBron has been around since 2003. He spent his first seven seasons trying to drag his native Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA title to no avail—failing miserably, in fact.
In the 2007, the Cavs put out an abject display as they were swept by the San Antonio Spurs.
Fast forward to 2009 and LeBron had his infamous "LeQuit" performance in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals against Boston. LeBron put up just 15 points on 3-14 shooting.
Pathetic? That would go on to be James' last appearance as a Cavalier at the Q.
Following a much-publicized (and hated, praised—everything, really) move to the Miami Heat to join fellow All-Stars Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, the Heat made it to the NBA Finals to face off against the Dallas Mavericks.
Again, LeBron failed.
Dirk Nowitzki led the Mavericks to their first ever NBA title. The series will be most remembered for James' terrible Game 4 showing, when he scored just eight points, his fewest in a game since Jan. 2007.
LeBron will win a championship—probably more than one. He will also go down as one of the game's greats. I don't like his style, but he's a brilliant basketball player.