Perimeter game which has improved since he first got to the league. Otherwise he's got mostly everything covered
He still needs a real post game and to clean up his footwork. But thats like saying a Ferrari use a little more speed.
I would like Bosh to train with the Dream for like 3 months!
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He met with Hakeem last summer to work on his post game. This summer he should get with Paul George and figure out how to grow two or three inches.
He needs to work on his jumpshot.
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Still has to work on his post game - and I'm not just talking about his back to the basket. He has made leaps and bounds in terms of his passing from the post but needs to work on some footwork.
His basketball IQ is as high as anyone out there, he just needs to continue to refine his technique.
If he can get the Tim Duncan off the backboard shot from 10 feet out on the wing consistently down pat that would be scary. The Thunder were playing off him by 2 feet from that spot on the floor and Lebron wouldn't care and would back down his guy anyways.
Finesse post scoring(he's mostly strength scoring now in the post) and to continue improving his midrange/3. Everything else in his game is near perfect.
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Midrange game. Work with Kobe this Summer during the Olympics as he's currently the best midrange scorer in the biz.
Continue to work on the post up game.
Continue to work on his perimeter and mid-range shooting.
He actually really struggled in The Finals with his jump shooting. It was actually pathetically awful. It just didn't matter because he was uber aggressive and doing so many other things.
Continue to work on everything. He's far from flawless...he's just so good at so many other things that it works.
As everyone else said, perimeter game, jump shot, etc.
basically what everyone has already said
continue to work on his post game, his moves, his footwork, his reads/situations in the post
continue to work on his jump shot/free throw shot
basically continue to put in the work in the offseason he already has
and one thing i would like to see lebron really work on is his off the ball offensive game. i would like to see him move more, be more forcefull demanding when hes posting up (like pierce and melo how they post on the elbow and demand the ball) and learn how to come of screens better and pull up right away. continue to remember to run the baseline which i dont remember lebron running the baseline like he did in the indiana series and after when wade has the ball
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