Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: A grand finale
It was quite a calendar year for LeBron James. A third MVP award. A second Olympic gold medal. A first NBA Championship.
About "damn time" indeed for James. He made the amazing seem mundane, displaying playmaking ability and scoring ability that has been unmatched in the NBA perhaps since Larry Bird and Magic Johnson or some horrible combination of the two, terrorizing defenses with his size, athleticisnm and precision.
His final game of 2012 was not short of that. He finished 2012 strong, scoring 10 of the Heat's 13 points in overtime to lead the Heat to a 112-110 overtime win against the Magic that had the many Heat fans in attendance at Amway Center chanting the inevitable M-V-P chants.
Not like there seems to be any doubt at this point.
James had another ho-hum 36-point, 11-assist, 8-rebound game in snapping Miami's two-game losing skid. It overshadowed N...