The most-viewed YouTube video of the year is an incredible portrait of the 2016 NBA Playoffs, but there are a ton of other great ones as well. 1. LeBron James’ game-winner in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals

“Can you see the game?”

That’s the question James asked in the closing seconds of Game 5 on Monday night, as Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James nailed a game-winning three-pointer with 11.3 seconds remaining.

James, who is still the NBA’s highest-paid player, received a standing ovation from his hometown crowd of more than 50,000 as he celebrated with teammates and teammates of all ages.

“We’re going to keep playing, LeBron,” he said.

“I don’t care if it’s a blowout or a close game.

We’re going play hard, we’re going work hard, and we’re gonna keep winning.”

James is the first player in NBA history to score a game winner in four straight postseason finals.

The next highest-scoring scorers are Larry Bird (six games), Magic Johnson (six), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (six) and Michael Jordan (five).

James, however, is the only player in the history of the NBA Finals to score more than five points in three consecutive postseason finals, which would tie Michael Jordan for the most in NBA Finals history.

“That’s a tough one to get,” James said of the triple-double.

“It’s tough to get the triple and to have the triple, the triple double.

You don’t want to go back to the way you were.

You’ve got to keep doing it, keep winning and keep putting the pressure on everybody.”

LeBron James in Game 4 of the 2017 NBA Finals.

“The NBA is a basketball game, not a game show,” James added.

“If you have a goal and you want to be the best in the world, you have to be able to get it done.

So we’re just going to do what we’re doing.

We’ve been doing it for a while.”

James scored 37 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists in Game 3.

He led the Cavs with a season-high 22 points in the fourth quarter, but it was Cleveland that ultimately won the series.

“He’s one of those guys that’s been there and done it,” Cavs head coach Tyronn Lue said.

The three-time NBA MVP and MVP of the 2019-20 season is averaging 28.4 points, 7.2 rebounds and 6.3 assists in 20 playoff games.

He’s averaging a triple-digit scoring average in his last eight playoff games, the most he’s scored in any postseason game since March 20, 2017.