Support of the finals. He was unanimously voted MVP

Support #3: The next year, James helped lead his
team to the finals and faced the Spurs. The Heat won the series in seven games;
James scored 37 points in the final game and won the finals MVP award for the
second year in a row. In 2013-2014, LeBron scored 61 points in a single game,
his career high, as he and the Heat attempted a third championship in a row.
They made it to the finals once again for a rematch with the Spurs but lost in
five games. After this, he authored an essay in Sports Illustrated where he announced that he would be returning
the Cleveland Cavaliers and signing a two-year contract with the team. In his
returning year, the team made it into the finals again against the Golden State
Warriors. Although James averaged 36 points per game in the series, the Cavs
lost to Golden State in 6 games. In the following season, the proceeded to the
finals again against the Golden State Warriors, who had an impressive season
where they set an NBA record with 73 wins in the regular season. This time the
Cavaliers won in seven games. LeBron averaged 29.7 points, 11.3 rebounds, 8.9
assists and became the third NBA player to achieve a triple-double (reaching
double digits in three of the five main statistical categories; points,
assists, rebounds, steals and blocks) in game seven of the finals. He was
unanimously voted MVP of the NBA finals that year. The Cavs were expected to do
exceptionally well in the Eastern Conference again in the 2016-2017 season.
However, there were several injuries and tension throughout the team which led
to hectic play. Cleveland went on to defeat the Boston Celtics for the Eastern
Conference championship, in which James surpassed Michael Jordan as the
league’s top all-time play-off scoring leader. This led too the Cavs third
straight finals contest against Golden State, which was also James’ seventh
straight finals appearance. The Cavaliers lost, but James set a record as the
first player in NBA history to average a triple-double in the finals, with
statistics of 33.6 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists for the entire series.