After being unable to complete the NBA Championship three-peat and losing two of their best three players to injury, the Golden State Warriors have reached a possible end to their dynasty.


Coincidentally, this is all happening in the absence of LeBron James, proving just how unlucky he has been throughout his career.


From the start of his career, James has become accustomed to carrying teams either by himself or with little help from those around him. And while carrying those teams, he's had to face All-Star stacked opponents.


This became especially apparent when LeBron faced some of the best teams this league has ever seen in the Golden State Warriors.


These teams started with Steph Curry and Klay Thompson with a strong cast of role players, but later grew to add superstar Kevin Durant, making the Warriors almost unbeatable.


LeBron faced the Warriors in four straight NBA Finals series, but was only able to take home one banner to Cleveland in 2016 when he was accompanied by fellow superstars Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving.


This was the last year before Kyrie left Cleveland and the Warriors acquired superstar Kevin Durant, eliminating any future chance LeBron had at winning an NBA Title for the time being.


Now LeBron is in the West and nowhere near the Finals while the team he couldn't beat on several occasions is finally beginning to fall apart.


This entire season has proved that it may not have completely been his fault. LeBron is just one unlucky guy.