LeBron jealous of Durant

LeBron James may be the NBA's reigning MVP and a two-time champion, but that doesn't mean he doesn't get jealous of other players. King James, who is averaging a career low 16.1 shot attempts per game this season, told ESPN.com's Tom Haberstroh that he sometimes gets jealous when he sees the number of shot attempts Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant has in a game. So we ask SportsNation, should LeBron shoot more? And is his dip in shot attempts a sign he's coasting through the regular season?

Should LeBron James (averaging 16.1 attempts per game) shoot more?

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    41%

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  • Is LeBron James coasting through the regular season?

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      26%

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  • Who would you want to have the ball in his hands with a game on the line?

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  • Who is your NBA MVP so far this season?

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      10%
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      23%
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  • Will the Heat win the NBA title this season?

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      59%

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