3. LeBron James
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LeBron James entered the NBA in 2003, after being drafted 1st overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers straight out of high school. Since then, the 6 foot 8 small forward has been a dominant force in the NBA. James has racked up many individual and team awards thus far in his career, including a Rookie of the Year award, 4 MVP’s, 3 Finals MVP’s, 3 NBA titles, 13 all-star appearances, and 2 Olympic gold medals. James left Cleveland after his first 7 seasons to join the Miami Heat, with which he won 2 championships in 4 years. James returned to the Cavaliers in the summer of 2014 and in 2016 led Cleveland to the city’s first major pro sports championship in 52 years. At the age of 32, James is still in his prime and may ascend this list further over the next few years.