Beijing time on October 15th, the US media SlamStudio posted a fun map of this season's NBA and WNBA Finals MVP comparison, and put James and Stewart together for physical data comparison.
As the NBA’s FMVP, James’s height is 2.03 meters (official new season data) and the wingspan is 2.13 meters, while the WNBA’s FMVP is Stewart. Her height is 1.93 meters, but the wingspan reaches an astonishing 2.16 meters. James is also 3 cm long, which also makes many fans feel a little incredible.
It is worth mentioning that the star of the Seattle Storm team averaged 28.3 points and 7.6 rebounds in this year's WNBA finals, leading his team to sweep his opponents 3-0 to win the championship. You know, Stewart suffered a serious injury from a torn Achilles tendon 18 months ago, but she returned to the top this season and won the championship and FMVP.
In addition, James’ performance in the 2020 Finals is also very eye-catching, averaging 29.8 points, 11.8 rebounds and 8.5 assists per game, leading the Lakers to a 4-2 victory over the Heat to win the championship.