LeBron James On His Next Big Decision: ‘I Have No Idea’

  • LeBron James On His Next Big Decision: ‘I Have No Idea’

LeBron James On His Next Big Decision: ‘I Have No Idea’

But it was the harsh ending they got, nonetheless. These historically great Warriors and Cleveland's inept supporting cast have left LeBron looking spent. Here's a look at the team's recent playoff appearances: 2016 - 2017: NBA Champions. LeBron knows that as well as anyone. "But after a game like that, I'm not in any position to talk about that".

Lue removed James with 4:03 to go, replacing him with rookie Cedi Osman.

His 43-point, 13-rebound, 7-assist performance is flawless for Basketball-Reference Play Index bingo. He committed six turnovers.

"Pretty much played the last three games with a broken hand", James told reporters in the press conference.

The three-time National Basketball Association champion spoke on the injury and how it occurred after Game 4. But from there on, Durant, Curry, Thompson, Green and the rest of this California crew showed why they're the game's gold standard. "I think we love to see each other succeed".

"When you play one of the best it brings the best out of you as well", Durant said of playing against James.

LeBron James played the last three games of the NBA Finals with a bone contusion in his right hand after punching a white board after Game 1, according to Sam Amick of USA Today and Brian Windhorst of ESPN. James is now 3-6 all time in the Finals. His 34 ppg average in the playoffs was the second-highest of his career. He already had more points than in that 11-point outing.

James scored 51 points in the game, going 7 of 16 from the field on shots from 10 feet and out in Game 1.

In the midst of NBA Finals, one of the biggest hip-hop battles in years took place between Drake and Pusha T. After both artists released diss records against each other, it was reported that rap mogul J. Prince convinced Drake to not respond to Pusha T's lethal, "The Story of Adidon". And I had emotions that the game was taken away from us. "Even when you do defend them well, they've got guys like Steph and KD who can make unbelievable shots". They had that experience. "We keep waking up every day and trying to get better and we end up here".

Klay Thompson scored 10 points for the Warriors and Draymond Green contributed nine points and nine assists. Andre Iguodala returned to the court and chipped in with eight points in 22 minutes of action. After the half the Warriors held an over 20 point lead, extending it to over 25 points by the final quarter. They made six 3s with two from Curry, who raced out to 12 points.

A James slam dunk capped a 14-4 Cavs run to open the second quarter, putting Cleveland ahead 39-38, but Golden State answered with a 11-4 run and stretched the half-time lead to 61-52.