DATE: 6/12/2011
COMPLEX SAYS: On the biggest stage of his career, LeBron James became a virtual non-factor, averaging three points per fourth quarter and going from a nearly 27 points per game average in the regular season to just 17.8 in the Finals (the largest drop-off in NBA history). Then, instead of appearing humbled, he took this last shot at critics and later tweeted that it was God's plan, not his piss-poor performance, that cost the Heat the title. All stats aside, we're just puzzled on how dude got through high school if he never showed up for the Finals? OK, OK, we're done...until next year's playoffs.