LeBron James breaks down his offensive strategy into three parts.

The first is taking the jumpshot if the defender sags. The second is attacking the basket if opponent plays too close.

The third component, however, may be what separates James most from other elite players.

"Back up, I shoot," James said. "Get up on me, I drive. If my teammates are open, I find my teammates."

The last part of the equation is perhaps the most vital component during James' best four-game stretch of his career.