Lebron James shocked the basketball world last year when he and the Cavaliers overcame a 3-1 deficit to win the title against the Golden State Warriors. Lebron played like the superstar he is and helped finally bring a NBA title to Cleveland. So far this year, he has gotten right back to it. He is averaging 23.4 points a game, 8.9 rebounds per game, and 9.6 assists per game.
Recently, he has been spending a bit more time playing at the elbow. When asked if this position was a good fit for him he had this to say:
LeBron asked if the Elbow is a good place for him on the court.
"As soon as I step on the floor, that's a good place for me" @NBATV
— Jared Greenberg (@JaredSGreenberg) November 16, 2016
Ice. Cold. It may sound cocky, but hey, the guy is right. Lebron is formidable wherever he is on the court. For example, his standout play of last year’s finals was a defensive play: his massive block on Andre Iguodala.