Yesterday, LeBron James, 28, became the youngest player in NBA history to win four MVPs after receiving 120 of 121 first-place votes by league media members and analysts. The lone other first-place vote went to Knicks star Carmelo Anthony. It was the second time a player fell one vote short of an unanimous MVP selection, with Shaquille O’Neal also receiving 120 of 121 first-place votes in 1999-2000. “It’s probably a writer out of New York that didn’t give me the vote,” James said during Sunday’s award ceremony in Miami. “I know the history between the Heat and the Knicks. So I get it.” Continue reading for more photos from the ceremony. Via ESPN.