Ultimately, the MVP is going to stay in South Beach. LeBron's biggest enemy this year will be the increased expectations of repeating, and perhaps voter fatigue. LeBron has been the best player in the game for a minute, but missed out on the MVP in 2011 because he had alienated voters thanks to "The Decision" and caused everyone to take his incredible ability for granted. Derrick Rose should send LeBron a thank-you card every time he signs a new endorsement off that MVP award.
But this year, James takes his second in a row and his fourth overall, putting him in rarified company of four-time winners or better: Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and - of course - Michael Jordan. Move over guys. Bron Bron is here.