James said it feels like the team is down 2-0.
It's somewhat fascinating to see that response, and to see an awareness of how these press conferences have turned into a much larger element of the NBA Finals than they've been historically (a subject Bryan Curtis explored recently at The Ringer). And then on the other side, if you don't help that person win, they're looking at you, too.
Center JaVale McGee started in place of Iguodala in Game 2 of the NBA Finals with Kevon Looney playing 11 minutes off the bench, and a similar arrangement is likely for Game 3 if Iguodala is once again unable to suit up. "So, he's one of the people that gives me the most confidence out there when I'm on the court".
James also supported NFL players who choose to kneel during the pre-game playing of the U.S. national anthem. The Golden State Warriors have taken both games at home to earn a 2-0 lead on LeBron's Cleveland Cavaliers. Yes, the first two games were bad for the Cavaliers but a couple of losses on the road do not end any hope of winning a title. And Smith said his teammates still believing in him is helping. Game 4 is Friday (9 p.m. ET, ABC). Durant's night included a dramatic 32-foot pull-up 3 from the left wing with 49.8 seconds remaining that doubled the Warriors' lead from to six points and ostensibly sealed the victory. In order to win a championship a team has to step up and do something extraordinary. "You know if you relax, they make you pay, and making you pay could cost you a game", James said. The Cavs couldn't get off a shot and lost in overtime. The Cavaliers are 19-5 when he makes more than half his shot attempts. "It's nearly like playing the Patriots", James added. Who knows how many legitimate suitors there will be by the time free agency hits.
Golden State thrashed out a classic signature performance from LeBron James, who recorded a whopping 51 points, posted eight assists and eight rebounds for the Cavs. "A championsahip is way bigger than getting invited to the White House, especially with him in there". "You hear the scoring, the field goals made, and for a kid that really doesn't care much about scoring". Right before the Cavs began to fall apart. "He's going to will them to win one game and that's going to be tonight". After his Game 1 mishaps, that is probably no surprise at all.
"It's typical of him", James said of Trump's situation with the Eagles.
LeBron James and Stephen Curry might have opposing goals this week in Cleveland, but they agree on one thing. "We've just got to come out, stick to our game plan, keep playing hard and we'll be fine".