By Brad Allis
Somewhere M.J. is shaking his head. Somewhere Kobe is chuckling. Somewhere Russell is counting his rings and looking confused at the screen.
Three of the greatest winners in NBA history know LeBron is not one of them. Not yet, and if he does not make some fundamental changes to his game, he never will be.
Never mind that Dirk Nowitzki has outscored him 52-11 in the fourth quarter, including an 8-2 advantage in game five. That is an issue, a huge issue, but not the worst part of it.
The issue is that James lacks a killer instinct, especially when it comes to exploiting a weakness. (more…)