The triple double of 28 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists was just the icing on the cake of yet another NBA final played and won by LeBron James. In fact, if after the first two episodes of the series it was legitimate to ask the question of whether he or Davis deserves the recognition of MVP of the Finals, in the following four episodes the No. 23 of the Lakers has canceled any possible doubt, winning with merit an award which was unanimously assigned to him by the 11 voters. James was named MVP for the fourth time in his career, thus joining Magic Johnson, Tim Duncan and Shaquille O’Neal – all tied behind only Michael Jordan who has managed to win six in his career. But no one had ever managed to become the best player of the NBA Finals with three different teams, yet another record conquered by a dominant LeBron despite the 36 years now at the gates (at that age only Jordan, Jabbar and Chamberlain managed to bring home a individual prize at the Finals). It’s hard to imagine a better ending for him at the end of the longest and most incredible season in NBA history.