May 4, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
29.7 points, 8.6 dimes, 7.3 boards. Just a typical day at the office for LeBron James, the NBA Employee of the Year. With two MVPs now in his trophy room before the age of 26, King James has a legitimate shot at surpassing Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s career record of six Podoloff statues, and year in and year out, LeBron will continue to produce – regardless of where he ends up next season. The Cleveland faithful joined LeBron James in celebration of his second MVP trophy before yesterday night’s Game 2 East Semi-final match-up against the Boston Celtics, and LeBron brought out a special colorway of the Nike Air Max LeBron VII to commemorate the momentous night.
The Nike Air Max LeBron VII MVP Edition features a white upper with a gold swoosh and wine trim on a grey NFW panel – an identical upper to the MVPuppets LeBron VII P.S. we showed you last week – with MVP stitched onto the inner heel. The Home-inspired colorblocking of this MVP AM LeBron VII is a stark contrast to last year’s colorway of the Nike Zoom LeBron VI MVP, which featured black, white, and a minute gold trim, and the LeBron VII Low MVP we saw early yesterday. Check out the in-game photos of LeBron wearing this latest colorway of his AML7 after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for updates regarding this latest development. via Yahoo!.