Christmas came early this year for NBA fans.
With the great news of the NBA lockout coming to an end yesterday, what better way to celebrate than to get the wheels of the prediction train moving?
LeBron James had an underwhelming year in 2010-2011. It was underwhelming because of the hype and lofty expectations he put on himself when he made the decision to take his talents to south beach. LeBron fell short of proving that he truly is the King, only setting career high averages in two categories, defensive rebounds (6.5 per game) and turnovers (3.6 per game).
LeBron's legacy hinges on the success of this season. His legacy hinges on whether or not he has what it takes to carry his team to the promised land of winning an NBA championship. While most people believe LeBron doesn't have what it takes, I do.
LeBron will prove to the world that he truly is the King in the shortened 2011-2012 NBA season and here are the stats he is going to have that will prove it.