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Wednesday, April 25th, 2012 at 4:30 pm  |  19 responses

Video: LeBron James 2012 Season Mix

Embrace The Hate.

LeBron James’ ’11-12 season may have been his best yet. But regardless of the awards Bron will win, nothing can erase the memory of last year’s Finals loss. Maxamillion recaps LBJ’s phenomenal season, as he battles against the failure that he can’t escape.

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  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    Freaking beast. I hate/love him.

  • AsadSaleh3

    Has to do it in the Finals. Multiple times if people want to make comparisons to Kobe, Jordan, Bird, Magic, etc. That is smart people I’m talking about, not worried about the fanboys or others of that kind who have a tendency to bring up the term GOAT when discussing LeBron. Or the morons who will bring up Kobe’s bad game the last time the Lakers won (as if the other four championship performances he gave are distant memories). LeBron put this pressure on himself. At least 2 titles as the main guy. Better start now.

  • http://www.fullc0urtpress.com KHOLIDAY

    Titles dont define greatness. They definitely do add to the legacy. Everyone said Lebron needs to win one because he teamed up with Wade and Bosh. Now everyone says he needs 2 because he disappeared in the finals last year. What he does will never be good enough. Sounds pretty great to me! Just sayin!

  • http://www.slamonline.com Slick Ric

    Not great by Maxamillion standards, still a good video nonetheless.

  • AsadSaleh3

    When you say you see yourself and your team winning multiple championships before you step on a practice floor together, yes, titles are very important to your legacy. Like I said, he did this to himself. You can’t say you’re going to win 5, 6, or 7 championships and then finish your career without even winning one.

  • http://www.soundcloud.com/tray-5 T-Ray

    Haha Lakeshow my man
    I agree with Steve Kerr’s comment at the end that once he wins that first one it’s over for the rest of the league. It’s gonna be like a great white once he taste blood he won’t stop.

  • Rugulose

    Co-sign Kholiday, if titles defined greatness, then Adam Morrison would be greater than Barkley or Malone! Not to mention Horry would be better than Jordan, Kobe, Magic, Bird, etc.

    And if Lebron’s a failure for not winning a championship while playing with other superstars, then see below for a few other candidates:

    http://lakers.topbuzz.com/gallery/v/kobe-bryant/kobe-malone-shaq-payton-174979_480_art_R0.jpg.html

    Kobe and Lebron are both simultaneously great players and jack asses, regardless of how many championships they may end up with at the end of it all. Lebron had a good year this year, get over it!

  • MUBWAR

    2 words Beast Mode

  • Jono

    This ish gets me so pumped

  • http://www.kb24.com The Seed

    Why was this video made. Should have done a 4th qtr Highlight reel for the NBA Finals.

  • Just Sayin

    @The Seed: Just appreciate the mix and stop bi***ing

  • logues

    i hate to say it cuz i dont like lebron…. but i agree with T-Ray. i dont see them winning it this yr(i’ll prolly say that every yr cuz i hate them) but i imagine its only a mattter of time when he does win one and once he does everyone else in the league is screwed until he gets old and cant play anymore

  • http://Slamonline.com Kevin Durant’s Backpack

    I only saw 3 three quarters of it.

  • robb

    Monster player. I’m glad I stopped hating the guy and started enjoying his game. Let’s see if he can get his ring this year.

  • Ali

    I got 3 words for Lebron: NEW YORK KNICKS

  • blackthought

    greatness isnt defined by titles only, but if you wanna be considered one of THE greatest, you gotta win @least one (that`s called a 1&done, haha!) at last noone will compare him to mike=GOAT anymore!

  • LP

    i’ve seen all this before….This guy is the greatest regular season player ever..

  • http://stapledesign.com Spaceship Jay

    Kevin Durant’s Backpack ftw.

  • K

    Winning a championship allows you to be in the same sentence as Jordan, Kobe, Bird, Magic, isaiah, Shaq, Duncan etc…all of whom which have reached greatness and led their teams to championships. These superstar athletes play for the chip. Guaranteed if Lebron never wins a championship…he I won’t have the feeling of greatness. He’s just another stockton, malone, iverson, barkley etc. The man backstabbed his home town to reach “greatness”. Lebron is hands down the best in the L, but this year is now or never. People must be sick of waiting…”King James” “Chosen one” what is he the king of? What was he chosen to do? So far all I see is a human highlight reel

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