WOW! LeBron wouldn’t have to even ask. WOW! That was incredible. I called LeBron God in Wednesday’s post, and it never fit more appropriately than today. I can’t believe what I ‘witnessed’ last night. LBJ scored 29 of the Cavs last 30 points including the final 25. WOW! And he did it while shooting 11-of-14. He did it in a game the Cavs weren’t suppose to win. He did in a series the Cavs were suppose to swept in. He did it down the clutch when some people said he couldn’t deliver.
WOW, did he ever deliver. I’ll say it again. He scored the Cavs final 25 points. The last 7 in regulation and everything in overtime. It was basically 1-on-5 and the 1 won. WOW!
People are already calling it the greatest playoff performance since Jordan, maybe of all time. I agree. It was very Jordan-like but I don’t think even Jordan closed out the biggest game of his life by rattling off 25 straight points and basically carring an entire city and state on his shoulders. I really don’t know what else to say about what happened last night. It was incredible, sensational, unbelievable yet so believable. It was LeBron James. He as being doing things he hasn’t suppose to do ever since he entered the league. Now, his performance in Game 5 will go down as one of the greatest moments of his career. It has a chance to be the defining moment of his career. WOW!
It’s Friday morning at 9:32 and I’m still trying to figure out everything that happened last night and how to put it in words. If you saw the game, and I’m sure most of you reading this did, you know what I mean. Just incredible. Really the only word for it is WOW!
More on this game later.