Lebron James Jerseys
Lebron James Autographed
2007 NBA All-Star Jersey
"Starring once again for the Eastern Conference,
LeBron James continues to be at the top of his game. Salute
LeBron with this autographed 2007 NBA All-Star Jersey (Eastern
Conference) – the same style officially designed by adidas
for LeBron and his fellow NBA All-Stars at the league’s 56th
annual NBA All-Star Game in Las Vegas on Feb. 18, 2007. Limited
to 123. "
LeBron James Cleveland
Cavaliers Autographed Away/Red Jersey
"On June 26, 2003, the Cleveland Cavaliers
exercised their right to select high school hoops phenom LeBron
James with the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA Draft. LeBron,
a hometown hero having led nearby St. Vincent-St. Mary High
School in Akron to three state high school titles, has Cavs
fans excited about the future. Upper Deck salutes LeBron's
debut season with this autographed and authentic Reebok Cleveland
Cavaliers Road (Red) Jersey. The item, size 52, is authenticated
by UDA. "
LeBron James NBA career
Facing the Sacramento Kings in his first NBA game, James recorded
25 points, 9 assists, 6 rebounds, and 4 steals and shooting 60% from
the field. After recording a season-high 41 points against the
New Jersey Nets, James became the youngest player in league history
to score 40 points in a game. He averaged 20.9 points, 5.9 assists,
and 5.5 rebounds per game for the season, and was named Rookie
of the Year; becoming the first Cavalier and youngest NBA player to
ever receive the award. He joined Oscar Robertson and Michael
Jordan as the only three players in NBA history to average at least
20 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists per game in their rookie season.
The Cavaliers improved by 18 wins and concluded the regular season
with a 35–47 record, but failed to make the playoffs.
James taking a free throw against the Dallas Mavericks.In the 2004-05
season, James was selected to his first NBA All-Star Game and recorded
13 points, 6 assists, and 8 rebounds, as the Eastern All-Stars defeated
the Western All-Stars 125–115. During the season, James became
the youngest player in league history to register a triple-double,
score 50 points in a game, and make the All-NBA Team. He averaged
27.2 points, 7.2 assists, 7.4 rebounds, and 2.2 steals per game.
However, the Cavaliers failed to reach the playoffs again and finished
with a 42–40 regular season record.
In the 2005-06 season, James was elected to his second straight All-Star
Game appearance and led the Eastern All-Stars to a 122–120 victory,
with 29 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 assists. He became the youngest
All-Star MVP at 21 years, 51 days. He was named NBA Player of
the Week for an unprecedented three consecutive weeks and concluded
the season with five honors. He scored 35 or more points in nine
consecutive games and joined Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant as the
only players since 1970 to accomplish the feat. For the season,
James averaged 31.4 points, 7.0 rebounds, and 6.6 assists per game,
and became the youngest player in NBA history to average at least
30 points. He also became the fourth player in NBA history to average
more than 30 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists in a single season.
The Cavaliers made the playoffs for the first time since 1998,
and improved from a record of 17–65 in 2002-03 to 50–32 in 2005-06.
Following the regular season, James was named as one of the top candidates
for the NBA Most Valuable Player Award. Although he finished second
to Steve Nash of the Phoenix Suns in MVP voting, he was awarded co-MVP
honors with Nash by The Sporting News; an award given by the publication
that is based on the voting of thirty NBA general managers.
James made his playoff debut against the Washington Wizards. He recorded
a triple-double with 32 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds, as the
Cavaliers defeated the Wizards 97–86. He joined Johnny McCarthy
and Magic Johnson as the only players in NBA history to register a
triple-double in their playoff debut. In Game 3, he registered
41 points and became the first player in NBA history to score 40 points
in their first playoff road game. For the series, James averaged
35.7 points, as the Cavaliers defeated the Wizards in six games.
In the second round of the playoffs, James led the Cavaliers to a
3–2 series lead over the defending Eastern Conference champion and
divisional rival Detroit Pistons. The Pistons, however, eliminated
the Cavs by winning the final two games. James averaged 30.8 points,
8.1 rebounds, and 5.8 assists in the playoffs.
At the end of the season, James negotiated a three year contract
extension, with a player option for a fourth year. The contract is
worth US$60 million and begins at the start of the 2007-08 NBA season.
Although it is for fewer years and less money than the maximum he
could sign, it allows him the option of seeking a new contract worth
more money as an unrestricted free agent following the 2010 season.
James was elected to his third consecutive All-Star game appearance
during the 2006-07 season. He played a game high 32 minutes and finished
with 28 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists. In the regular season,
the Cavaliers tied the previous season's record with 50 wins and clinched
the second seed of the Eastern Conference on the last day of the season.
For the season, James averaged 27.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, 6.0 assists,
and 1.6 steals per game. LeBron started the season with a 38 point,
5 assist, and 8 rebound performance in the 94-93 win against the Boston
Celtics in November. LeBron's best month came in March, when he averaged
30.3 points per game, 7.0 assists per game, and 6.7 rebounds per game
as the Cavs went 11-5 for the month. At the end of the season, he
joined Oscar Robertson as the only players in NBA history to average
27 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists for three consecutive years.
In the first round of the playoffs, James led the Cavaliers to their
first sweep in franchise history over the Washington Wizards in four
games. It was also the first time the franchise has won consecutive
road playoff games. For the series, James averaged 27.8 points,
7.5 assists, and 8.5 rebounds. In the second round of the playoffs,
James led the Cavaliers to a 4–2 series victory over the New Jersey
Nets. He averaged 25.0 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 8.6 assists in
the series, as the Cavaliers advanced to the Eastern Conference
Finals for the first time in 15 years.
In Game 1 of the Conference Finals, James was scrutinized by most
in the media for passing up a 6-foot shot near the end of the game,
instead passing to Donyell Marshall, who missed an open three-point
shot. After losing Game 2 where he did take the final shot, the series
moved back to Cleveland with the Cavs down 0-2. In Game 3 with the
Cavs up 84-82, James hit a 14 foot jumper to seal the game. He also
poured in 32 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists. In Game 4, in the waning
seconds James hit two free throws to seal the game again. James had
25 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists.
In Game 5, James scored 48 points, had 9 boards and had 7 assists;
including 29 of Cleveland's last 30 points, all coming after the six
minute mark in the fourth quarter, and the team's last 25 points (franchise
record) in Cleveland's double-overtime Game 5 victory. James was the
only player to score for the Cavaliers in the two overtimes played.
NBA analyst Marv Albert referred to James's performance as "one
of the greatest performances in NBA history." The 48 points
set a Cavaliers record for points scored by a player in a playoff
James had a rough shooting night in Game 6 but rebounded and passed
well and his teammates did enough for the Cavaliers to lead Cleveland
to a 98-82 win and their first trip to the NBA Finals in franchise
history. He is set to face the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals.