Is LeBron James the Finals Most Valuable Player? [POLL]
LeBron James is averaging 36 points per game, 12 rebounds and 9 assists in this years NBA Finals. Quick math tells me he is averaging extremely close to a triple double. His team is now down 3-2 heading into Game 6 tonight in Cleveland. He is putting up record numbers for an NBA Finals despite having most likely the least talented team to ever play in the NBA Finals. Golden State has a chance to close the series out tonight on LeBron’s floor. ESPN’s Chris Broussard conducted a poll of 52 NBA executives and coaches asking them if they thought LeBron James should be the Finals MVP even if the Cavs lose tonight’s Game 6. Out of the 52 executives and coaches polled, 33 of them said yes, LeBron James is the Finals MVP even if Cleveland loses in six games.
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Now we ask you, the My Fantasy Sports Talk nation, do you think LeBron should be the Finals MVP even if the Cavs lose the series tonight in Cleveland? Please respond to the poll below with a simple yes or no. We also encourage you to leave your feedback in the comments section. Let us know if you think LeBron would need to push the series to a Game 7 to have a chance at the MVP, or if you think he has no shot as long as the Warriors win the title. If not LeBron, who do you have winning the NBA Finals MVP and why. Let us hear from you.
Don’t forget to leave us your feedback in the comments section. What is your take on who should be this years NBA Finals MVP?
Brandon covers the NBA for MyFantasySportsTalk.com, you can follow him on Twitter @New_Breidhttps://www.myfantasysportstalk.com/is-lebron-james-the-finals-most-valuable-player-poll/NBARecent Posts#Cavs,#MVP,#Warriors,2015 NBA Finals,Cleveland Cavaliers,Finals MVP,Golden State,LeBron,LeBron James,Most Valuable Player,NBA Finals,poll,voteLeBron James is averaging 36 points per game, 12 rebounds and 9 assists in this years NBA Finals. Quick math tells me he is averaging extremely close to a triple double. His team is now down 3-2 heading into Game 6 tonight in Cleveland. He is putting up record...Brandon ReidBrandon Reidbrandon.firstname.lastname@example.orgEditorBrandon Reid is a TV producer and broadcaster for a community channel based in Jonesboro Arkansas. He is from Memphis and graduated from Arkansas State University with a degree in broadcast journalism. He loves the Memphis Tigers, Grizzlies, Titans and Arkansas State Red Wolves. “I promise to bring information, insight and strong opinion...let the debate begin.” You can follow Brandon on Twitter @New_BreidMyFantasySportsTalk