So what does this performance mean? For LeBron? For this Season? For his legacy? Well, if you ask me, not much. LeBron James has and probably will always be a pass-first player for his entire NBA career. If he wanted to go out and drop 40 every night, the man could easily do it, but it's simply not his style. I admit, it is rare for him to explode in this fashion, but it's nothing surprising considering his talents and overall skill set. Many have gone on to make the statement that this performance puts LeBron ahead of Kevin Durant in the MVP race. I would have to disagree, as KD's body of work this season cannot easily be shattered by the tear LeBron has been on lately. I will however say that LeBron's peak form certainly makes this a closer competition than it was about a month ago. What this performance DOES however indicate is that LeBron is ready for the playoffs. LeBron has turned up his game at the perfect time, heading into the end of the regular season. With about 25 games left in the season, he seems to have gotten his legs under him, and his conditioning back to the form we have grown accustomed to. Even though tonight's performance was absolutely amazing, I have a feeling that the new masked man might have a couple more tricks up his sleeve. It may not be another 60 point game, or another record breaking performance; but if he keeps shooting the ball at this rate, all I have to say is....be afraid, be very afraid NBA.