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Lebron's Most Ridiculous Stat in the NBA
ClutchZone 8/09/18 12:36 PM
In the course of Lebron James' career, NBA fans have seen countless record-breaking performances from the King. He posted 60 and 50-point games with more than 50% field goal percentage throughout his stay in the league (and he's not done yet). At 20 years old, he even made his mark on the NBA by becoming the youngest player to score 50 points.
Lebron is a triple double machine, a Game 7 master, and a playoff beast. He's currently no.6 in all-time scoring list, no.11 in assists, no.20 in 3pts made and has at least 4 more years to climb at the top of the rankings.
All the amazing games and stats Lebron played can be made as a case for his most ridiculous stat in the NBA, but all can agree this might be the real one.
61-21 to 19-63
For the Cleveland Cavaliers, the 2010–11 season was a stark contrast from the previous season. They went from a league-best 61 wins in 2009–10 to a conference-worst 19, the biggest single-season drop in NBA history. That season also saw the Cavaliers lose 63 games, including a 26-game losing streak, which set an NBA record and tied the 1976–77 Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the longest losing streak in any American professional team sport. All of these is because of Lebron James' departure from Ohio to South Beach in 2010. That's how valuable he is to a team and it is safe to say that his departure alone is responsible for the collapse of Cleveland Cavaliers that season.
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