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October 29, 2013 AT 6:35 PM
It seems ridiculous to say that a four-time MVP and two-time NBA champion needs to improve a certain area of his astounding game, but if the Miami Heat are going to climb the treacherous mountain to a third consecutive NBA championship, LeBron James will need to reinvent himself as a player once again to remain on top of the league. Over the course of James' illustrious ten-year career, his efficiency rating has gone sky high. James shot over 56 percent from the field last season, way above his career average of 49 percent. He also shot at a career high clip from beyond the three-point line. With a reduction of minutes averaged over the last three seasons with the Heat, this is a sign that James is aggressively working on his shot selection and shooting efficiency.