The 29-year-old superstar took the honor after putting together a triple-double to help complete the sweep for the Golden State Warriors in their third National Basketball Association championship in four years.
James revealed post-game that he had broken his hand following the narrow Game 1 loss after punching a board in frustration. He paused only to embrace his children on his way to the locker room. Which was pretty obvious to anyone who kept up with the conference finals. He never missed a game this season. I bet they would look for a first-round pick in that trade.
Another "Summer of LeBron" could start as early as Friday night.
It must have been frustrating.
James was stellar in defeat, averaging 34 points, 8.5 rebounds and 10 assists in the series. We can't get enough of this feeling. I didn't want to put our players in that situation, and I had to fight through it. James' free agent plans are more complicated.
No matter what happens next, it's just thanks in my heart for LeBron James and all the Cavaliers that have played here over the last four years. The site's sources explained that James was angry about the last minute overturned offensive foul on the Warriors' Kevin Durant that turned into a blocking foul on James. However, bringing "King James" to Bay Area won't be as simple as anyone thinks, especially since the Warriors are already buried deep in the luxury tax hell. "But when you have something to be excited about when you wake up in the morning and you have a great family like I do, it's all worth it".
World rejoices for Halep's title win at Roland Garros
Stephens continued to press Halep's backhand but the World No.1 dictated the pace on that side from the second set. Open. "(It) shows me that I have enough patience, I have enough power inside to stay calm", Halep said.
Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said his team has not given up on itself.
"What we've been able to accomplish is really meaningful and something that not many players have been able to experience", said Curry. "But after a game like that, I'm not in any position to talk about that".
"Just after the game, just talking to the guys, it was a tough season", Lue said.
Cleveland fans seem to feel differently about James' possible departure this time around.
This was not the ending he nor the Cavs' fans deserved, not after the finest four years this organization will ever enjoy, courtesy of him. Or because he has donated millions to send kids from his hometown of Akron to college, and in July he will be opening a public school in northeast Ohio. I don't think anybody's even anxious about that type of stuff. "Do whatever you want with your life". But now after being swept by the Warriors, what's next for LeBron James moving forward?