LeBron James is having another fantastic season and he is leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to one of the best records in the entire league. James is averaging 26.3 points per game and he is also recording career highs in rebounds with 8.5 and assists with 8.7 per game. However, the four-time MVP has been even more impressive since all-star break as his numbers have further improved.

LeBron is almost averaging a triple-double

James has been on fire since the all-star break and he's nearly averaged a triple-double in this period. In 18 games after the all-star weekend, LeBron has averaged 27.6 points, 10.8 rebounds and 8.6 assists per game.

He has also been very efficient as he shot 55.6 percent from the field.

Besides his impressive stats, LeBron James has been the best Cleveland Cavaliers player by a wide margin. He hasn't only led his team in almost every statistical category, but he's almost been the most valuable player and the Cavaliers outscored their opponents by 4.3 points with him on the floor. To put it into perspective, the second-best player in this category is Richard Jefferson, whose net point differential is +1.9.

Despite amazing season, James will not be MVP

LeBron James is having yet another sensational season, and once again, he will not be an MVP. James, who has already won four MVP awards, will most likely not even be in MVP consideration as Russell Westbrook and James Harden are front-runners for the award.

James has dominated the league since he was drafted in 2003 and even though he has won four MVP awards, everyone feels that he should have won more of these awards since he is one of the most dominant players in the NBA history. He is putting up amazing numbers this season and he will most likely lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to NBA finals once again.

However, his achievements will be once again overlooked and he will not win his fifth MVP award.

Despite him not winning an MVP award, it is still astonishing to watch LeBron James and his greatness. He is showing no signs of slowing down and we will hopefully enjoy his incredible performances for many more years.