What if the Cavs were to win the NBA championship?
This is the question asked by many fans during the first two rounds of the playoffs.
What if LeBron James is not the MVP and that the Warriors would still have a shot at the title?
What if James was to become the first player to score 1,000 points in his first game since his first NBA Finals appearance in 2009?
What if LeBron had been named MVP for the first time in his career and he had been an All-Star in the All-NBA First Team?
What would the Cavs have done with the title if they had won the title this season?
Here is a look at what the Cavs would have done if they were to go through with their plan of using James as their MVP.
The Cavs would win the title.
If LeBron James was the MVP of the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Warriors had won a title, how would the Cavaliers be different in the Finals?
The Cavaliers have made it clear that they believe that the best team will win the championship.
That’s the plan.
If they are the best and they win, then the rest of the conference will follow suit and they will be able to win another title.
That doesn’t mean that they will win it all.
In fact, if they fail to win a championship, they will probably lose in the next round.
So how would that affect the Cavs in the playoffs?
If LeBron James becomes the MVP, there would be some significant differences.
One, James is an All Star for the third time in five years.
That would make it more difficult for him to become an All Time All-Stars.
Two, James would have been the first person in NBA history to score over 1,300 points in one game.
The record for a first-time MVP is 1,741 points by Bill Russell in 1978.
Three, James was named to the All Time Team three times.
He scored over 1.5 million points in all of his seasons with the Cavs.
Four, James has a career average of nearly 17 points per game.
He was one of the most efficient players in the league in his last two seasons with Cleveland.
Five, James’ defense is one of his best.
He averaged more than one block per game in his final two seasons.
Six, James scored over 2,000 three pointers per game during his final season with the Cavaliers.
Seven, James shot over 45 percent from the field.
That number is higher than any player in NBA History.
Eight, James averaged a team-high 15 assists per game while shooting over 35 percent from deep.
That is one point higher than the career high he set in his rookie year with the Chicago Bulls.
Nine, James had the fourth-highest defensive rating among all players in NBA Finals history.
That mark ranks second only to Michael Jordan.
Ten, James finished his career with an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.25.
That ranks fifth all-time.
The Cavs could use a little help offensively.
They have a historically bad field goal percentage in the postseason.
They were 28th in the conference in points per field goal attempt during the regular season.
In the Finals, they are 23rd, which ranks 15th in NBA Playoff history.
If the Cavaliers win the first round, they would have a good chance of getting a good look at James.
But if the Warriors win, they could still have some trouble getting past James.
The Warriors have not won a championship since 2008.
“It would have to be LeBron James.
He is a winner, and he is going to do whatever he needs to do,” Golden State coach Steve Kerr said.
That is why James is such a special player.
He doesn’t have a weakness, he doesn’t need to be a weakness.
If you’re a fan of the game, he is the MVP.
There is a chance the Cavs could go through the whole second round and not be able avenge their championship last season.
The Cavaliers would still be better off with James on the team, and they would be better to have the Warriors as a second-round opponent.
The Cavs would then have to play the Warriors twice more to be guaranteed a spot in the second round.
If the Warriors lose, they may have a chance of missing the second-rounder if they lose to a team like the Miami Heat or the Milwaukee Bucks.
James is a good player, and if he is not MVP, then he could be the best player in the game.
This article originally appeared on Yahoo! Sports.