Found February 13, 2013 on Bloguin Best:
LeBron has been simply phenomenal this season. It will be very hard for any other player to overcome him in the MVP race I'm sure you've heard of all the ridiculous, superhuman-like stats that LeBron James of the Heat has put up recently in the month of February in which James' Heat have played six games, five of which they have won. A shooting percentage of over 68 percent, three-point shooting percentage of over 55 percent, points per game average of over 30, rebounds per game over six, and assists over five. LeBron's recent stretch of absurdly efficient play has gotten countless coverage on the national networks and deservedly so. However, the one major thing that many people aren't realizing about LeBron is that he has been putting up similar numbers to these THE ENTIRE SEASON, a fact that is clearly evident when the league leaders boards are looked at. Although it can be said that, individual-performance-wise, LeBron has been the best play...
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