LeBron James went from having his legacy questioned all summer, to looking like a hero again, all in the span of five minutes during last nights epic game 6 of the NBA Finals.
After looking like the 2011 Finals version of LeBron James for three-quarters, the real LeBron finally showed up in the 4th quarter, scoring 16 of his game-high 32 points in the fourth quarter as the Miami Heat avoided elimination, and forced an amazing game 7 with the Spurs on Thursday night.
It was an amazing game all the way around, and according to James, “the best game he’s ever been a part of.”
“It was by far the best game I’ve ever been a part of,” James said of Game 6. “The ups and downs, the roller coaster, the emotions, good and bad throughout the whole game. To be a part of something like this is something you would never be able to recreate once you’re done playing the game. And I’m blessed to be a part of something like this.
“And I’m happy about the way we dug down and was able to get a win. It didn’t look like we could muster up at some point in the game.”