LeBron James has earned numerous achievements in his career and he is already one of the greatest players in the NBA history. Even though he is only 32 and has at least three more years left of playing at a high level, James has already achieved more than many other players have, and according to him, he has nothing left to Prove. With three championship rings and four MVP awards behind him, LeBron's career is pretty much complete. However, he still gives best to achieve as much as he can, and possibly become the greatest player to ever play in the league.

James' comments came after the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Toronto Raptors in their last game.

The Cavaliers took a commanding 3-0 lead in the series, and they have a good chance to sweep Toronto in their next game. If LeBron keeps playing at the same level he's been playing for the last seven games, this will be his greatest playoff run from a statistical point of view, especially if he ends up winning another championship.

LeBron James is right

LeBron has broken more records than we can count and he is still doing it, in his 14th NBA season. It all started in his first season when he was named the best rookie, and James has been nothing but sensational every since. He achieved some incredible feats, such as winning an NBA championship after being down 1-3 in the series, and he is also on a good way to become the greatest scorer in the history of NBA playoffs.

"What else do I have to prove? Seriously, what else would I have to do? I've won championships, I won my first one, and I've won for my teammates; I came home and won.

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There isn't anything I have left to prove," commented the Cavaliers small forward after his last game. Even though he is one of the most criticized superstars, he is right about this and even if he wins nothing else in his career, he will still be considered one of the greatest to play the game of basketball.

James is chasing Michael Jordan

LeBron James has made it clear that he wants to be the greatest player in the NBA history, and he is chasing Michael Jordan. "My motivation is this ghost I'm chasing. The ghost played in Chicago," James said last year.

Jordan is considered the greatest player of all time, and James' task won't be easy. However, LeBron is closing in and if he wins another championship this year, he will be considered the greatest by a lot of people. It is very hard to compare players from different eras, and even if we never get a definite answer of who the greatest player is, it is safe to say that LeBron and Jordan are two best candidates for that title.