How about the idea that LeBron James can get better? After winning Gold in the Olympics, an NBA Title, Finals MVP and his third Regular Season MVP, that's what teammate Dwyane Wade believes to be possible. In an interview promoting his new book, D-Wade offered the following to ESPN Chicago:
"The sky's the limit," Wade told ESPNChicago.com on Wednesday after a promotional appearance for his new book, "A Father First." "He's been very good. He has three MVPs. I don't know statistically how much more he can do, but I think just his dominance of a game and starting to really understand everything about the game now. It's starting to all come together. That's the scary part."
The real scary part is that I actually agree with Wade. For all of his career, until now, LeBron James has been playing with that cloud of never winning an NBA Title hanging over his back. He won one now. He can breathe. And when he exhales on the NBA universe next season, I can see where he'd do so with a new found confidence. Four MVP awards, maybe five, are possible. Who knows how many NBA Titles he'll stack on that last one if that's the case.