The question was about LeBron James' journey, but could also apply to his future.
He managed that in 2016 when Cleveland came back from 3-1 down against the Warriors to win. "How do you put together a group of talent, but also a group of minds, to be able to compete with Golden State, to be able to compete for a championship?" Whether you get the job done or not, we all want to show up and do our jobs at a high level, because that's what got us all to where we are today as individual players and as a team.
"My first stint here I just didn't have the level of talent to compete versus the best teams in the National Basketball Association, let alone just Boston", James said.
James had two MRIs during the series and wore a soft cast when he wasn't practicing or playing or in view of the media, sources said, so as not to give the Warriors a competitive advantage.
Of course, this is just a rumor from one source, so LeBron to Houston could still happen. He's the guy that's kind of built for the postseason at this point in his career, who lives for the moment.
They've got to prove it with some savvy moves this offseason, but while I was happy to believe Sheridan's reports in 2014, I take exception now.
They won't have anything to lose since King James will not return to Cleveland next season unless they make more roster changes, which translate into getting rid of Smith. "I think they're scared and should be scared to some degree of Kyrie Irving walking in 2019. I definitely think about that from time to time." .
"If you have a chance to win in this league, you have to go for it", Love said.
Meanwhile, the Ringer is fanning the LeBron-to-Boston flames with a story that touts the Celtics as the best short and long term option for James. The Cavaliers not only botched the Kyrie Irving trade a year ago, but they also failed to trade their coveted Brooklyn pick for a star that would've helped LeBron in the Finals. There's not a young team like that in the West.