LeBron James says he became the "best player of all time" after leading the Cavs to his unlikely win at the 2016 NBA Finals.
James considers that ending the drought of the Cleveland 52-year championship against a Golden State Warriors team with 73 wins was worth G.O.A.T. state
LeBron is the ?, according to LeBron.
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LeBron was unanimously named Final MVP, helping the Cavaliers to overcome the 3-1 deficit.
"That one right here has become the best player of all time," James said in Episode 7 of the ESPN + series of eight more than an athlete.
"This is what I heard," he told Maverick Carter, Randy Mims and Rich Paul's friends and business partners during the episode that he began broadcasting on ESPN + Sunday night. "I was super supermarket to win one for Cleveland due to the 52-year drought … The first wave of emotion was when everyone saw me crying, as it was all for 52 years of everything in the sports that followed in Cleveland. And then, after stopping it, I was like that: he was the greatest player of all time there.
"Everyone just spoke – how [the Warriors] They were the biggest team of all time, as if it were the biggest team I had ever met, "he said." And for us to come back, you know, from the way in which we came back this way, I was like "You did, you have done something special." Probably, this is one of the only moments of my career, I felt, s-, as if he had done something special. I did not have it, I really had time, really, how, sit and think, but that … it was a moment. "
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