If a player averages 28.5 points, 8.6 boards and 6.7 dimes for the first 110 games of his playoff career, is he a flop? What if he scores 29 of his team’s final 30, including 25 straight, to carry a bunch of nobodies to the Finals? What if his name is LeBron James, does that change your answer?
King James is 0-2 in the Finals, and much of the Heat's 2011 L is on him. But nobody's perfect right? We dug deep into the files to examine the Playoffs record of 24 NBA Hall of Famers (or future Hall of Famers). The numbers reveal some surprises. Wilt only averaged how many points? Bill Russell won how many elimination games? And did Michael Jordan really have a postseason flop? As Bron Bron’s buddy Hov said “Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t.” So you tell us, How big a Playoff flop is LeBron James, really?
RELATED: The 50 Best Series in NBA Playoff History