Lebron James is having a great 2012.
Consider the past few months: he was named the NBA regular-season MVP for a third time, the NBA finals MVP and he won the elusive championship he needed to validate his place among the greats.
Now he is only two wins away from adding to his collection of awards.
The Americans, who play Argentina in the semifinals on Friday, are the favorites to take home their second straight Olympic gold.
James' stellar year comes two years after his infamous decision to broadcast that he was leaving Cleveland and taking his "talents" to Miami.
He says negative backlash from "The Decision" has changed him, but that he's never felt better.
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