May 12, 2017


Oh it is that time again, when the flowers are blooming and the birds are chirping. By flowers I mean NBA players, and by birds I mean Lebron haters. 


Yes I get it, Lebron James is the best player in the entire world and we cannot give him the MVP award every year. But come on, the guy deserves it this time. James is having arguably one of the best postseasons WE as a whole... have ever seen. The guy is a monster- averaging 34 points, 9 rebounds, 2 steals and 7 assists in this postseason! He's breaking the charts offensively and defensively. Not to mention, when watching him you pretty much just sit there in awe with the amount of athleticism he brings to the game each time. 


It's called Beast mode people. 


Blah blah blah "She's just a Lebron fan she's being biased."


I called my dad yesterday to ask him if I was wrong and to make sure I wasn't just showing favoritism. He explained to me that in a way no of course I wasn't wrong but on the other hand I am not right. (Almost hung up on him) But decided to give him a chance to explain himself... Each year when talking about this 'MVP' award you really have to take a step back and think about what the award truly represents... "Most Valuable Player."


James, Harden, Curry, Leonard all have a team around them who help create plays and who can shoot. Whereas (my second favorite athlete) Russel Westbrook doesn't have that AT ALL. Westbrook's ability to get a triple double almost every night this season made him the most valuable player on the team BY FAR. His team wouldn't have gotten to or even close to the playoffs without him. Therefore thats why Westbrook is the most valuable player of the year. No one this year comes close to what Westbrook has pulled off under his circumstances. 


Don't get me wrong I wish I could sit here and go on and on about how great Lebron is and piss all you haters off but, I am just going to sit small and watch how this all unfolds. 


Good catching up cheescribers, till next time <3




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