Originally Posted by 9erempiree
Miami loses even if Lebron beasts.
As we can see all year, it doesn't matter that he beasts, him beasting is no impact on the game.
LeBron's 7 Game Stretch February 11th - March 3rd:
vs Suns (Away): 37/9/3 and 5 Steals on 55% - Win.
vs Warriors (Away): 36/12/9 on 54%, hits GW - Win.
vs Mavericks (Away): 42/9/6 on 70% - Win.
vs Thunder (Away): 33/7/3 and 4 Steals on 68% - Win. (Needed to leave the Game injured at the 5 Mark of the 4th, otherwise gets 40. Outplayed Durant by a wide margin.)
vs Knicks (Home): 31/4/4 on 68% - Win.
vs Magic (Away): 20/9/7 and 4 Steals on 68% - Win. (Only took 12 Shots. All other Games he scored 30+ Points on 20+ Shots, but the 31 on 19 Shots vs Knicks.)
vs Bobcats (Home): 61 Points on 67% against the 5th ranked defense - Win. 8 3's.
7 Game Stretch: 37.1 PPG, 8.3 RPG, 5.3 APG, 2.4 SPG on 63.7% FG (7/7 Wins)
LeBron's next 6 Games:
Lost by 3 to Rockets, LeBron missed last second GT Shot.
Blown out by Spurs.
Lost in Overtime to Bulls, LeBron missed last second GW Shot.
Win against Wizards.
Lost by 1 to Nets, LeBron can't get the GW off as the Inbound Pass doesn't make it's way to him.
Lost by 4 vs Nuggets, down 3 with 10(?) Seconds left, Nuggets turn it over/Ball goes out of bounds but Refs call a foul on LeBron, FT's ice it.
6 Game Stretch: 20.2 PPG, 6.0 RPG, 7.0 APG, 2.5 SPG on 45.2% FG (1/6 Wins - 5 Losses)
Can you see a pattern?