LeBron James was awarded the ESPY award for Best NBA Player during Wednesday night’s festivities.

The Cleveland Cavaliers forward put up insane numbers during the postseason, averaging 32.8 points, 9.1 rebounds, 7.8 assists, 1.9 steals, and 1.3 blocks per game.

Despite a tough series loss, James ramped up his performance in the NBA Finals, bringing his averages up to 33.6 points per game while shooting an identical 56.4 percent from the floor, along with 12 rebounds, and 10 assists per game.

James was the outright catalyst of a team that struggled to find its identity at the end of the regular season, having lost their last four games heading into the playoffs and losing out on the No. 1 seed to a grooving Boston Celtics team.

The King found the right medicine for his teammates, becoming the one-man show the Cavs needed him to be to get back into a winning route.

Cleveland won 10 straight playoff games, blazing past their opposition as they headed into a collision course with its rival Golden State Warriors, one that would see the best set of performances James has ever put together in his playoff career.