Each great basketball player had their era. Michael Jordan had his in the 1990’s with the Chicago Bulls. Kobe Bryant had his era for a bit when he was the solo star in Lakerland. And then there is LeBron James.
Plenty will argue about when he performed his best, but one cannot argue that he took the next evolution as a player when he joined the Miami Heat.
LeBron James became even better, learning how to win when it counted along with playing literally every position on the court for the Heat. And with that came advantages that
allowed him to score and dish the ball to open teammates. But of course, he didn’t just start scoring in Miami, he just merely continued it. Against the Golden State Warriors in 2013, he again made some things happen, scoring 25 points while dishing out 10 assists and grabbing seven rebounds. And on Jan. 16, 2013, those 25 points allowed James to become the youngest player in NBA history to reach 20,000 points.