Wednesday night's award was the 14th time that LeBron has won an ESPY, and the fifth time he was named the NBA's best player by ESPN.
LeBron had a historic season and set many landmarks during his 2016-17 campaign. He helped lead the Cavs to the NBA Finals for the third time in a row, was selected to the NBA All-Star team and All-NBA First team, and set career highs in rebounds per game, assists per game, double-doubles, and triple-doubles.
The Cavs star also took a step past Michael Jordan, passing him as the NBA's all-time playoff scoring leader.
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