LeBron James proved himself once again during this year's NBA Finals that he is in fact the best player in the league and in the world, despite losing to the Golden State Warriors in six games.

James is now 2-4 in the Finals, and many pundits will have something to say about the four-time MVP's "legacy."

James was asked by the Today's Show Matt Lauer on if he has thought about it.

James replied, "No, I really haven’t. I think legacy will speak for itself. Who I am as a man and what I do off the floor defines my legacy more than what I do on the court. That’s just how I’ve always thought about it but I don’t really get caught up into it too much."

I don't think many athletes think nor care about their legacy, but definitely do hear the talk about it.

I personally think James is already one of the top 5 NBA players of all time. He's already basically the greatest small forward ever. I personally have him at second-best all time behind Michael Jordan.

James is only 30 years old, so he has a long way to go before he retires. I'm sure his legacy will be viewed differently once he calls it quits.

By Josh Dhani


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