Sports Illustrated cover: How LeBron James will take over for Michael Jordan on the court

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The Sports Illustrated Cover Story!

Sports Illustrated, November 13, 2017.

The SI cover story on LeBron James begins with a look at the NBA Finals MVP and what that means for the league.

The article opens with an interview with former Warriors center Andre Iguodala, who talks about his thoughts on the team’s championship victory.

Then, the SI cover article goes in-depth with the NBA, including the recent coronavirus outbreak in Cleveland.

James will be the MVP of the Cavs in Game 1 on Tuesday.

The next article in the SI Cover Story will include an exclusive interview with Lakers forward Dwight Howard, who will be joining the Los Angeles Lakers as a free agent.

The second article in that cover story will feature a look back at the 2016 NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, including a look ahead to Game 7 on Tuesday night.

James, who led the Cavaliers to the title, has not lost in the Finals since 2015.

The NBA’s reigning MVP has won a total of 11 titles.

James, who was diagnosed with leukemia in July, will be 71 years old on Wednesday.

The final article in Sports Illustrated’s NBA Cover Story takes a look into the NBA’s future in terms of the health of its players and teams.

The SI cover cover story begins with an article about the upcoming NBA All-Star Game in Houston.

The All-NBA Team will be announced in January.

The article ends with a list of SI’s top 10 sports media organizations.

The list is led by ESPN, with the publication of its 25th Sports Illustrated covers the top-five most-read stories of the past five months.