It has been well documented that LeBron James in 2016 was a god. Down 3-1, in games 5 and 6 he put on the greatest back-to-back finals performance in NBA history (#1 ranked game Score). In Game 6 he literally put on the greatest performance in Finals history with the number one highest ranked game score. (MJ is not even top 5 regarding individual games).
And in Game 7 he kept things going strong by finishing the #1 best 3-game Gm score streak in NBA finals history. But the problems I see is so many people saying Kyrie Irving performed "so well" in the Finals despite not recognizing than LeBron literally
played better than not only everyone in the entire series, but better than any player that ever made a Finals in the history of the sport.
I also think it's important to mention when talking about LeBron's leadership and whether or not he can elevate his teammates to great heights. You haters can't have it both ways. So either Kyrie wasn't really that spectacular in 2016, or LBJ is a great leader, coming from Down 3-1, in games 5 and 6 he put on the greatest back-to-back finals performance in NBA history (#1 ranked game Score) and elevated Kyrie to another level he never thought imaginable.
Also just so that people don't forget, this was all done against the defending Champions and a 73 win team, the most winningest team in NBA history, surprising Jordan 72 win mark.