What more does LeBron James need to accomplish? He's won three MVP awards, claimed Rookie of the Year honors in 2004 and last season, finally captured an NBA championship. However, if you ask the Nets' Reggie Evans, he doesn't qualify James' "title" last year because it was, wait for it, during a lockout season.
As Larry Brown Sports points out, "the regular season was shorter for everyone." And we couldn't agree more. Basically, everything should've been and was fair, regardless of how long the season lasted. At some point, people need to stop trying so hard to find ways to hate on LeBron and the rest of the Heat. Really. Just stop it. Please.
[via Larry Brown Sports]
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