Nearly a month has passed since the Golden State Warriors were crowned NBA Champions of the 2014-2015 season. Warriors’ players Stephen Curry and Draymond Green are more than happy with those results.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, on the other hand, are not feeling so lively afterwards. This is especially true of star player LeBron James. In a recent radio interview with Shaygan Kheradpir, James opened up and said that he was still haunted by the Cavs loss to the Warriors in finals. Over the course of that series he managed to average 35.8 points in scoring, 13.3 rebounds and 8.8 in assists. Stats like these are ones most players would be jealous of.
However, stats are not what James in uneasy about and he said that it was something he could never get over, no matter what he did afterwards or how much he thought about something else. He added that giving everything you had and having the opportunity to win a title was something that made dealing with the loss even worse. Adding on this was the fact that the Cavs were without key players Kyrie Irving and Kevin Lose for the remainder of the series.
Despite the loss, there has been some positive news airing from the Cavs. James did recently sign a two-year $47 million deal to return to the team and get prepped for the next season.