50 Best NBA Players: LeBron James Ranks No. 1
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His Los Angeles Lakers might be struggling big time and almost completely out of the playoff race. LeBron James could very well shut it down for the season once the Lakers are eliminated.

But when he’s on the court and playing, King James is normally going 100 percent. When that happens, the opposing team has no real chance.

The Toronto Raptors found that out first hand Thursday night. Here, we see James acting the part of a human locomotive as he races down the court for an emphatic jam against Toronto.

No one was going to stop James here. Notice how both Norman Powell and OG Anunoby get completely our of James’ way? Those are business decisions we can all get behind.

From an individual standpoint, James isn’t showing any real signs of slowing down. This highlight-reel play is a prime example of that.

Vincent Frank
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