Finals MVP has even bigger goals in mind after winning back-to-back titles.
After leading his Miami Heat to one of the more memorable Finals series wins in recent history – already LeBron James is talking about getting better.
James secured the Bill Russell trophy for Finals MVP for the second time in as many season, with his trophy capped by a 37-point and 12 rebound effort to stave off a brave San Antonio Spurs side in the decider.
Post match, Magic Johnson said the debate over if James is worthy of being considered one of the best ever needs to cease.
“LeBron can play defence on point guards, two guards, small forwards or power forwards and he’s so smart now,” Johnson said.
“He picks and chooses his spots and he does that so well, and last but not least we have to appreciate greatness when we see it rather than try to bring him down, I don’t anybody, talk radio, us (media) to bring him down.
“And fans you should love him, you should embrace him, because this guy is the real deal and he’s not only great for the Miami Heat, he’s great for the game of basketball.”
James became just the third player in history to win back-to-back NBA titles and FInals MVP trophies, with the other two being Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul Jabbar