I didn’t think there was any way that the Cleveland Cavaliers could come back from down three games to one in the NBA Finals. No other team had ever pulled the feat in The Finals. I was thinking that win or lose, no one could question LeBron James’ desire to win – he leaves it all out there at every turn. I have to even give him more props for lifting his team from the brink of elimination. To lead both teams in the five major individual categories statistically clearly makes this the best Finals MVP performance ever. And while many had said the torch as the game's best player had been passed to Steph Curry after two straight MVP awards, LeBron has made that not quite a done deal yet.
Jeff Allen worked in Sportstalk radio in Orlando from 1983 to 1996. most notably as the Program and Sports Director at WGTO in the early 90's, anchoring morning sports reports and various sportstalk shows. Now, after many years, Jeff is deciding to have some fun again to share sports opinions through this blog, on Twitter @jeffallen_88 and with his podcast available on iTunes, SoundCloud and TuneIn.