LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers met the Golden State Warriors on Christmas for the first time since they lost to them in the NBA Finals last season. And ahead of the big rematch, LeBron James talked about the legacy of those losses, and if they still stick with him. The King, however, said that despite what people might think, he's not really concerned with them -- at least not as much as he is with his family life. Via ESPN: "No," James said Sunday when asked whether Game 3 -- which the Warriors closed on an 11-0 run to erase a six-point Cavs lead with 3:09 remaining -- still sticks with him. "No. I mean, listen. I've lost five Finals. What are you going to do about it? No.
LeBron James says family memories will mean more than NBA Finals losses
CBS Sports | Dec 25