Found May 12, 2012 on Fox Sports Florida:
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MIAMI The big fellows record is in jeopardy. Thats the word from Pat Riley, a guy who should know. Riley once coached Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with the Los Angeles Lakers and hes now president of LeBron James Miami Heat. With James having won his third NBA Most Valuable Player awardon Saturday, Riley believes he could end up breaking Abdul-Jabbars mark of six such honors. Hes 27 years old and hes got 10 more years at least ahead of him at a very high level, Riley said of James. So you just know his competitive nature and how he prepares himself and how he plays theres a possibility that could be out there for him. Absolutely. James became the eighth player in NBA history to win a third MVP, and the second youngest. Abdul-Jabbar was just shy of his 27th birthday when he was handed his third trophy in March 1974. James won his first two with Cleveland in 2009 and 2010 before becoming a free agent and being lured away by Riley. With Saturday marking the first time the Heat have ever ha...
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