While that’s probably true, it appears LeBron James may be interested in making a big run in the second half to make things more interesting for the voters.
James has been dominant this season as usual, shooting an unheard-of 58 percent from the field. His true shooting percentage is at 65.8 percent – better than Durant’s 63.6 percent – despite the difference in 3-point shooting and free throw shooting between the two players. However, he has simply been consistent with his approach more so than having enormous individual games to capture national attention. Until recently, that is.