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For all those who argued that LeBron James would never be considered an all-time great because his fingers were all empty, well, I've got some news for you. James just capped off an MVP-season with a title, confirming his place among the greatest to ever play the sport.
Now that the Miami Heat superstar has that much-desired ring to put around his finger, the only argument that works against him is his lack of longevity, which is more a function of his young age than anything he's actually done on the basketball court.
After his triple-double in Game 7 made him the first player in any of the four major American sports to win a title and a regular season MVP in the same season since the NHL's Martin St. Louis did so in 2004, there simply aren't...