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LeBron James put together the greatest postseason of his career in 2014-15. He was straight up dominant throughout the playoffs. The 30-year old averaged 30.1 points, 11.3 rebounds and 8.5 assists per game through 20 games.
James would ultimately come up short in the NBA Finals for the fourth time, but what he did this postseason and in the Finals was legendary. With Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love sidelined, James single-handedly had the Cavs within two games of an NBA Championship.
It’ll be tough to bounce back for another 82 games, but if anyone can do it, it’s the best player in the world.
Check out LeBron’s top 10 plays from the 2015 NBA Playoffs.