That Boy Good! LeBron Named NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week For Record 32nd Time
Despite a questionable hairline and no ring LeBron James has bounced back like cooked crack (as if it ever left) this season, dominating opponents and helping lead the Heat to a 5-1 start whilst averaging nearly 30 points per game and maintaining his facilitator capabilities.
LeBron balled so hard the first week of the season that he was named NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the 32nd time in his career, which is an NBA record. Technically he should have been named Player of the Month also, but you know how it goes.
After his disappointing performance in the 2011 NBA Finals (well at least in the 4th quarter) many were quick to try and down LeBron, displaying the lingering saltiness from the decision that took the Cleveland Cavs from BBQ to Mildew whilst making the Heat a contender once again.
The dude looks like a man on a mission now, and even with an asterisk, a ring is still a ring.