Perhaps even more amazing than LeBron James' physical gifts is his ability not only to maintain greatness at the highest level, but actually improve upon it. Two years ago this month, James was the NBA's worst shooter from outside the paint. His 28.5 percent clip ranked dead last among qualified players. Today, he's putting up career-high shooting numbers across the board, including 42.2 percent from three and 58.3 percent overall. Of the 30 NBA players taking at least 10 or more two-pointers a game, James is first with a 67.5 percent success rate. He's also making three-pointers at a better clip than Kyrie Irving (39.7 percent), Kevin Durant (40.1 percent) and MVP favorite James Harden (40.6 percent).