No he doesn't. Durant may be top 20 all time with that while Lebron is still top 12-13.
"Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
- Michael Jordan
Thanks MJ-Bulls for the picture.
only if he has a televised episode of "The Decision". Otherwise no.
lebron did this last year and haters still can't admit hes the best in the league
PSD has to stop letting Dumb ***** kids creating these threads.
Wait, what? You serious? xD
If CP3 wins, does he surpass LeBron?
I mean, I think so. : /
He doesn't pass Lebron. Lebron has been better for too long, but it fully depends on the amount of dominance Durant shows if he were to accomplish both MVP's. If he does it in dominant fashion, then he becomes Lebron's equal in my opinion.
That would give Durant the same amount of Championship wins, and the same amount of Finals MVP's. Lebron would obviously still have more individual accolades, but that goes back to him simply being in the league longer.
So my answer is: No, he will not pass Lebron. Yes, he becomes Lebron's equal as far as who is the best player in the NBA.
Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.
Hate him or like him, Lebron >> anyone in the NBA
Only if he gets some scalp treatment
No. Neither necessarily make him a better player. The MVP award is too contingent on factors that don't involve being the best player in the NBA, and the Finals MVP also is very contingent on team elements.
He's getting very close to being as good as LeBron, but he still just is not. Those two accolades won't change that.
All around talent lebron is still on another level
Scoring wise durant is on par or above lebron