After ​going on a tear in the last minute of the game, LeBron James led the way in defeating the Denver Nuggets Thursday night, 113-108.

Not only was it LeBron's performance that showed his dominance, but it was his postgame ​comments that should put the rest of the league on notice.

He's been backing this up with his play, too.

Fifteen years in the league and your game is at an all-time high? That is both unbelievable and very scary. 

James has always been known to fill up the stat sheet each year, but at 33 years old, it looks like he's having one of the best statistical years in his career.

He might not win the MVP award because of ​James Harden going absolutely nuts this season, but averaging 27.0 points, 9.0 assists, and 8.4 rebounds per game is nothing short of greatness.

LeBron is really showing that he's playing arguably the best ball of his career, and come playoff time for the Cavs, it may be the difference maker that leads LeBron to a fourth NBA championship.