Lebron James

  • Birthday

    Lebron Raymone James was born in December 30 1984 in Akron, Ohio (USA).
  • Early Years

    Early Years
    When James was growing up, life was often a struggle for the family, as they moved from apartment to apartment in the seedier neighborhoods of Akron while Gloria struggled to find steady work. Realizing that her son would be better off in a more stable family environment, Gloria allowed him to move in with the family of Frank Walker, a local youth football coach who introduced James to basketball when he was nine years old.
  • Start Of His High School Career

    Start Of His High School Career
    As a freshman, James averaged 21 points and 6 rebounds per game for the St. Vincent St. Marry.
  • Sophomore Year

    Sophomore Year
    As a sophomore, James averaged 25.2 points and 7.2 rebounds with 5.8 assists per game. A lot of college and NBA scouts who wanted to see James play. The Fighting Irish finished the season 26–1 and repeated as state champions. For his outstanding play, James was named Ohio Mr. Basketball and selected to the USA Today All-USA First Team, becoming the first sophomore to do either.
  • Magazine

    Before the start of his junior year, James was featured in Slam, an American basketball magazine, and writer Ryan Jones lauded him as possibly "the best high school basketball player in America right now".
  • Junior Year

    Junior Year
    During the season, James also appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, becoming the first high school basketball underclassman to do so.: With averages of 29 points, 8.3 rebounds, 5.7 assists, per game, he was again named Ohio Mr. Basketball and selected to the USA Today All-USA First Team, and became the first junior to be named male basketball Gatorade National Player of the Year. St. Vincent-St. Marry lost the chapionship game.
  • NBA Draft

    NBA Draft
    James was selected by his hometown team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, as the first overall pick of the 2003 NBA draft.
  • Rookie Year

    Rookie Year
    At the conclusion of the season, he became the first Cavalier to receive the NBA Rookie of the Year Award, and with final averages of 20.9 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 5.9 assists per game, he also became just the third player in league history to average at least 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists per game as a rookie.
  • Second Year

    Second Year
    Around the league, teams took note of his rapid development, with Nuggets coach George Karl telling Sports Illustrated, "It's weird talking about a 20-year-old kid being a great player, but he is a great player ". On March 20, James scored 56 points against the Toronto Raptors, setting Cleveland's new single-game points record. James was named to his first All-NBA Team.
  • Finally Makes The Playoffs

    Finally Makes The Playoffs
    Behind the season he finished second in NBA Most Valuable Player Award. Under James's leadership, the Cavaliers qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 1998. In his postseason debut, James recorded a triple-double in a winning effort versus the Wizards. In Game 3 of the series, he made the first game-winning shot of his career.
  • First Finals Appearance

    First Finals Appearance
    In 2006–07 The Cavaliers finished the season with 50 wins for the second consecutive year and entered the playoffs as the East's second seed. In Game 5 of the NBA Conference Finals, James notched 48 points with 9 rebounds and 7 assists, scoring 29 of Cleveland's last 30 points, including the game-winning layup with two seconds left in a double-overtime game against the Pistons.
  • First Final Appearance And First Lost

    First Final Appearance And First Lost
    The Cavaliers went on to win Game 6 and claim their first-ever Eastern Conference championship, earning them a matchup with the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals. During the championship round, James struggled, averaging 22 points, 7.0 rebounds, and 6.8 assists per game on just 35.6 percent shooting, and Cleveland was eliminated in a sweep.
  • Finally Reaches All Time Level

    Finally Reaches All Time Level
    Despite his individual accomplishments, Cleveland's record fell from the year before to 45–37. Seeded fourth in the East entering the playoffs, the Cavaliers defeated the Wizards in the first round for the third consecutive season before being eliminated in seven games by the eventual-champion Boston Celtics in the next round. During the decisive seventh game in Boston, James scored 45 points and Paul Pierce scored 41 in a game the Associated Press described as a "shootout".
  • Finally Reaches Superstardom

    Finally Reaches Superstardom
    On March 21, he moved past Brad Daugherty as the Cavaliers' all-time leading scorer in a game against the Raptors, doing so in over 100 less games than Daugherty. His 30 points per game were also the highest in the league, marking his first scoring title.
  • First MVP

    First MVP
    At the conclusion of the 2008–09 season, He became only the fourth player to lead his team in points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks in a single season. Cleveland went a franchise record 66–16 and fell just one game short of matching the best home record in league history.
  • Total Domination

    Total Domination
    James became the first Cavalier to win the MVP Award. Reflecting on James's performance for ESPN, John Hollinger later wrote, "He's having what is arguably the greatest individual season in history, and it's time we gave him his due for it." And he lost in the playoffs.
  • The First Season With The Miami Heat

    The First Season With The Miami Heat
    Throughout the 2010–11 season, the media and opposing fanbases treated James and the Heat as villains. James later admitted the constant negativity surrounding the team made him play with a angrier demeanor than in years past. On December 2, James faced the Cavaliers for the first time since departing as a free agent. He scored 38 points and led Miami to a win while being booed. James won his 2 MVP. And they lost the finals to the Mavericks.
  • The dicision

    The dicision
    James became an free agent on July 1, 2010. During this time, he was contacted by several teams, including the Bulls,
    Clippers, Heat, Knicks, Nets, and Cavaliers. On July 8, he announced on a live ESPN special titled The Decision that he would sign with the Heat. The day before the special, fellow free agents Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade also announced that they would sign with Miami.
  • The Comback

    The Comback
    James was humbled by the Heat's loss to the Mavericks, and the experience inspired him to leave behind the villain role that he had been embracing, which helped him regain a sense of joy on the court. Behind James's significantly-expanded skillset. He was eventually named MVP for the third time, finishing with averages of 27.1 points, 7.9 rebounds, 6.2 assists, and 1.9 steals per game on 53 percent shooting.
  • Revenge

    In the second round of the playoffs, Miami was losing to Indiana Pacers 2–1. James responded with a 40-point in Game 4 to help even the series. Facing elimination in Game 6, James recorded 45 points to lead the Heat to victory in what The New York Times called a "career-defining performance". Miami won Game 7 against the Celtics to advance to the Finals, earning them a matchup with the Oklahoma City Thunder and James's budding rival, Kevin Durant. And they won 4-1.
  • Complete Demolishment

    Complete Demolishment
    In February of the 2012–13 season, the Heat began a 27-game winning streak, which is the third longest in NBA history. Based on these accomplishments, James's performance was described as a "month for the ages" by Sports Illustrated. Miami eventually finished the year with a franchise and league best 66–16 record, And he was named MVP for the fourth time.
  • Back To Back Champions

    Back To Back Champions
    Falling just one vote shy of becoming the first player in NBA history to win the award unanimously. Heat was going to the Finals for a meeting with the Spurs, signifying a rematch for James from his first Finals six years earlier. They were down 3-2 and in Game 6, he scored 16 fourth quarter points, to lead the Heat to a comeback victory. In Game 7, he tied the Finals record for most points scored in a Game 7 victory. He was named Finals MVP for the second straight season.
  • Final Season In Miami

    Final Season In Miami
    On March 3 of the 2013–14 season, James scored a career-high and franchise-record 61 points in a game against the Bobcats. In the second round of the playoffs, he tied a career postseason-high by scoring 49 points in Game 4 against the Brooklyn Nets. In the next round, Miami defeated the Pacers to earn their fourth consecutive Finals berth, becoming one of only four teams in NBA history to do so. San Antonio eliminated the Heat in five games, ending Miami's quest for a three-peat.
  • Return To Home

    Return To Home
    On June 25, 2014, James opted out of his contract with the Heat, and on July 1, he officially became an unrestricted free agent. On July 11, he revealed via a first-person essay in Sports Illustrated that he intended to return to the Cavaliers. In contrast to The Decision, his announcement to return to Cleveland was well received. On July 12, he officially signed with the team.
  • First Year Back Home

    First Year Back Home
    In January of the 2014–15 season, James missed two weeks due to left knee and lower back strains, which represented the longest stretch of missed games in his career. In total, he played a career-low 69 games. For most of the Finals against the Golden State Warriors, Irving and Love were sidelined due to injury, giving James more offensive responsibilities. Despite the loss, he received serious consideration for the Finals MVP Award, averaging 35.8 points, per game for the championship games.
  • Ending Cleveland's drought

    Ending Cleveland's drought
    In the playoffs, the Cavaliers advanced comfortably to the Finals, losing only two games in route to a rematch with the Warriors, ho were coming off a record-setting 73 -win season. To begin the series, Cleveland fell behind 3–1, including 2 blowout losses. James responded by registering back-to-back 41 point games in Games 5 and 6, leading the Cavaliers to two consecutive wins not be eliminated.
  • Game 7

    Game 7
    In Game 7, he posted a triple-double and made most known Block on Andre Iguodala, as Cleveland emerged victorious, winning the city's first professional sports title in 52 years and becoming the first team in NBA history to come back from a 3–1 series deficit in the Finals. James became just the 3 player to record a triple-double in an NBA Finals Game 7 he became the first player in league history to lead both teams in all statistical categories, being unanimous Finals MVP selection.
  • Weirdest Year Of Lebron's Career

    Weirdest Year Of Lebron's Career
    The 2016–17 season was ruined by injuries and unexpected losses for the Cavaliers, James later described it as one of the "strangest" years of his career. They made their third consecutive Finals against the Warriors, who had signed James's rival Kevin Durant during the off-season. James became the first player to average a triple-double in the Finals, but Cleveland was defeated in five games.
  • One Of His Hardest Year Of His career

    One Of His Hardest Year Of His career
    Prior to the start of the 2017–18 season, the Cavaliers mest up by trading Kyrie Irving to the Celtics, who requested a trade in part because he no longer wanted to play with James. James scored 57 points, which represented the second-highest point total of his career and tied a franchise record. In the 1 game of the finals James scored 51 which is the most in his career James injured his hand after punching a wall in the locker room. And they lost the series 4-0 James avreged 34 points.
  • A New Chapter

    A New Chapter
    On June 29, 2018, James opted out of his contract with the Cavaliers and became an unrestricted free agent. On July 1, his management announced that he would sign with the Los Angeles Lakers.
  • His First Season With The Lakers

    His First Season With The Lakers
    The Lakers expected James to make them championship contenders again after not appearing in the Finals since 2010. After wining against the Warriors on Christmas Day Lakers improved their record to 20-14 but James suffered a groin injury the first major injury of his career. He missed a career high 17 consecutive games, and the Lakers fell out of playoff contention without him the first time that James missed the playoffs since 2005 and the first time he failed to reach the Finals since 2010.
  • Before The pandemic

    Before The pandemic
    On January 25, James passed team legend Kobe Bryant for third on the all-time regular season scoring list, the day before Bryant's death. In March, James led Los Angeles to a victory over the Milwaukee Bucks and a win against the Clippers before the season was suspended due to the pandemic.
  • His Fourth Championship

    His Fourth Championship
    In the Finals James found themselves against with his former team the Heat. In Game 5 James turned in his best statistical performance of the Finals registering 40 points in a duel with they're Jimmy Butler but the Lakers were defeated in a three-point game. The Lakers finally beat the Heat in 6 games.
  • He Left His Name In History

    He Left His Name In History
    He won his 4 NBA championship and 4 Finals MVP Award. At 35 years and 287 days old he became the 2 oldest player in league history to win the award and the only player in NBA history to win the award with three different franchises. And his averages were 27.6 points, 10.8 rebounds and 8.8 assists per game.