I talked about LeBron James a few months ago and said he is already one of the NBA's all-time top-five players. Some people disagreed with me.

Last night  the "Chosen One" scored 61 points. He was 22 of 33 shots from the field, including his first eight 3-point attempts.

If you don't believe he is already a top-five guy in league history, you just don't know basketball.

James came into the league right out of high school in Akron, Ohio. He spent years with the hometown Cavs and couldn't win an NBA Crown, so he took his game down to South Beach and has gone to the NBA Finals three years in a row. The Miami Heat are going for a third NBA championship in a row.

Whether you call him LeBron, "The Truth", "The Chosen One" or "The King," this man is definitely a top-five player in the history of the NBA. If you want to argue this with me, go right ahead. He needs more NBA Crowns, but he can still do that. James has multiple NBA MVPs in his trophy case. This cat can do it all: defend, rebound, run the floor, score, assist--all facets are covered with perfection.