Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James holds up the Larry O'Brien Trophy after arriving in Cleveland, Monday, June 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
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LeBron James ensured his place among the NBA's all-time legends by leading the Cleveland Cavaliers in the greatest comeback in NBA Finals history and has made a solid case for being the greatest player ever.The 31-year-old forward scored 27 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and passed out 11 assists to power Cleveland's 93-89 victory over defending champion Golden State in game seven of the NBA Finals.James matched Johnson, O'Neal and Tim Duncan as three-time NBA Finals most valuable players.The Cavaliers ousted an ultimate foe that won a record 73 regular-season games and boasted the NBA's top scorer and two-time most valuable player in Stephen Curry.James was an unprecedented leader in every major finals statistical area, averaging 29.7 points, 11.3 rebounds, 8.9 assists, 2.6 steals and 2.3 blocked shots a game.While James was only seconds away from becoming the first NBA most valuable player to lose five finals, he instead improved to 3-4 in the championship series, having gone 2-2 during four seasons with the Miami Heat.
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