LeBron James said he became the "greatest player of all time" after leading Kevs to their incredible triumph in the final of the NBA Finals in 2016.
James felt that finishing 52-year-old Cleveland's drought against the Golden State Referee, the warriors won with 73 victories by GOAT. status.
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He explains why in the latest episode of "More from the athlete", which is now available on E +: https://t.co/IC7r9xnNbJ pic.twitter.com/AoAGBmTZYn
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LeBron was unanimously named in the finals of the MVP, helping the fathers of the Cavaliers from the deficit of the 3-1 series.
"The one who made it made me the greatest player of all time," says James in episode 7 of the seventies ESPN + "More from athlete" series.
"That's what I felt," he told friends and business partners Maverick Carter, Randy Mims and Rich Paul during an episode that began broadcasting on ESPN + on Sunday night. "I was super, super ecstatic to win one for Cleveland for a 52-year drought." The first wave of emotions was when everyone called me to cry, as it was, it was 52 years of age in sports in Cleveland And then, after I stopped, I was like – that right there you made the greatest player of all time.
"Everyone spoke – like [the Warriors] were the biggest team of all time, as it was the biggest team ever gathered, "he said." And for us to go back, we know, the way we got back in that way, I was like, "You did, did something especially ". It's probably one of the only times in my career that seemed to me, s, as you did something special. I did not, I really had the time, yes, really, how to sit and think, but that … it was a moment. "
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