Five Reasons Oklahoma City Thunder Fans Should Start Panicking Now Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

LeBron James Isn't Getting Any Worse

Maybe Sports Illustrated should have held off on that Kevin Durant cover story where he lamented always being No. 2. Because hey guy, first off you guys were, like, No. 6 this year, and LeBron James—who just received his fourth MVP and whose Heat seem to be steaming relentlessly towards their second straight title—is still only 28. Ah, you say, but Kevin Durant is only 24 and will still be in his prime when LeBron is retired or playing football or whatever. Sure, maybe so. But, two words: Andrew Wiggins.

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