LeBron James is entering his 15th season in the league and has four regular-season MVP awards so far, but in all honesty, King James could’ve won the award in pretty much every season. Kevin Love recently spoke up about this idea as LeBron has been voted the most likely player to win the 2016-17 NBA MVP award.

Every season, LeBron James puts up an excellent statline and plays a long injury-free season, so the chance he becomes the Most Valuable Player is always a possibility. King James is the only player in NBA history to average over 27 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists for their career, the only player to be in the top 20 all-time for points, assists, steals and the only player to have 27,000 points, 7,000 assists and 7,000 rebounds.

Heading into his 15th NBA season, LeBron James is once again the frontrunner to win the 2018 NBA MVP award, and looking to break more records and achieve more milestones this season.

Kevin Love sees King James as the MVP

Kevin Love recently spoke to the media during the Cleveland Cavaliers practice and was asked once again about the leadership of LeBron James and what it means to the team. He went on a little tangent explaining LeBron’s value and meaning to the Cleveland Cavaliers as a team and as an organization. Kevin said:

“He’s at the top. Every year he could be the MVP. Even last year, you look at his numbers… the assists, the rebounds, the way he was scoring the ball, his efficiency all the way around, so this year will be no different, the way he feels, the way he looks… We expect him to be right there, if not the MVP… He’s that guy for us.

You always expect greatness out of him.”

Kevin Love and the Cleveland Cavaliers as a team, including stars like Dwyane Wade, Isaiah Thomas, Derrick Rose, Tristan Thompson, Jae Crowder, J.R. Smith and the rest of the squad all look up to King James for leadership

5th MVP?

If the NBA experts are right, and LeBron James can win another Most Valuable Player award this season, it will be his 5th for his career.

He previously won the prestigious award in 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013. A 5th MVP trophy will put King James in rare company.

He will be tied with the one and only, Michael Jordan for the second most NBA MVP awards in NBA history, trailing only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who won the award an insane six times during his illustrious career. LeBron makes history every year, and he might do it once again with a few more prime years left in his career barring a major obstacle, it's looking bright for the King.