LeBron James’ Best Postseason Moments & Performances (2006-2016)

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After putting up 40 points, 14 boards and 10 dimes in a game 5 loss to the Warriors in 2015, LeBron said, “I feel confident because I’m the best player in the world. It’s that simple.”

It really is. It doesn’t matter who wins the MVP award. It doesn’t matter which team wins the NBA championship. It doesn’t matter if you think he’s a “bitch.” LeBron James is the best player in the world this year,  last year, and arguably has been for the majority of the past decade, which includes 4 years of him winning the MVP, 7 Finals appearances and 2 NBA championships (3 if they make history and win the 2016 Finals).

If the past week and last year isn’t fresh enough for your memory, here’s a few other refreshers showing why he’s also one of the best postseason players of all-time.

2006 ECF: GM5 vs Hornets

2007 ECF: GM5 vs Pistons

2009 ECSF: GM3 vs Hawks

2009 ECF: GM2 vs Magic

2010 1ST RD: GM4 vs Bulls

2012 ECSF: GM4 vs Pacers

2012 FINALS: GM5 vs Thunder

2013 FINALS: GM6 vs Spurs

2014 ECSF: GM4 vs Nets

2015 FINALS: GM3 vs Warriors

2015 FINALS: GM5 vs Warriors

2016 FINALS: GM5 vs Warriors

 2016 FINALS: GM6 vs Warriors






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