June 20, 2016 – Belittled when he left but was duly recognized upon his return, the NBA superstar, LeBron James, had put together all the disappointments and missed opportunities, and left the crowd amazed by his superhuman abilities as he led the Cavaliers to their first championship in franchise history. Leading a four point lead of 93 – 89, the Cavaliers defeated the Golden State Warriors in NBA’s Game 7.
James believed that it was destiny that led him back to this city. He was destined to bring championship to his beloved city as he gathered a total of 27 points with 11 rebounds and 11 assists. True to his words, LeBron gave one of the best performances that had happened in the NBA history, making him this year’s Most Valuable Player.
Shooting a 3 pointer in less than a minute battle, Kyrie Irving and the rest of the team proved to the world that they are indeed deserving of the title that they have garnered. Many doubted the capacity of the team because of its 3-1 series deficit and that they are facing another NBA history maker, the Golden State Warriors – for their 73 victories during the regular season – however, the team proved that they are indeed the history that NBA has been waiting for.