Game 4 registered lowest TV ratings of the Warriors-Cavs Finals era

Game 4 registered lowest TV ratings of the Warriors-Cavs Finals era

James was relaxed, reflective and even resigned to his fate.

"From a talent perspective, if you're looking at Golden State from their top five best players to our top five players, you would say they're stacked better than us", James said a day ahead of the Warriors' sweep-completing Game 4 victory over the Cavs on Friday night.

'After game one [I was] very emotional. for a lot of different reasons, ' James told reporters before listing his grievances. Understanding especially where my boys are at this point in their age.

The Golden State Warriors have won three of the last four NBA Finals and it doesn't look like the Bay Area dominance is going to come to a stop anytime soon.

"They were a teenage boy, pre-teen, a little girl that wasn't around".

"My family is a huge part of whatever I'll decide to do with my career, and it will continue to be that", James said.

Silver did not go as far as saying he wants to fundamentally change the way the NBA does business, with a hard cap in the spirit of the rules in the NFL and NHL that force teams to jettison players once they become too expensive.

Whether he stays or goes, it's now the summer of LeBron again. James had reportedly been wearing a soft cast when he wasn't practicing, playing or in view of the media, so this was the first time that fans actually witnessed him wearing the bandage - and Twitter immediately erupted with jokes about his first true "supporting cast". These are some of the most talked about teams seen as potential contenders to land The King. Three of their four All-Stars are under contract, and Durant has stated multiple times he will re-sign with the Warriors this summer. Others will wait for a more opportune time, a few years from now.


James can leave without owing Northeast Ohio anything.

The Cleveland Cavaliers, whom James has led to four consecutive NBA Finals, are at 30-1. It also could struggle to get out of the Eastern Conference with younger teams like Boston and Philadelphia on the rise. "I'm excited to see how they come back next year", Durant said. Brett Brown is a well respected coach. And then there was James, taking that razor-thin margin of error between the teams and making it even smaller with one painful swing.

"I feel like it's easy to be the best player when you don't have good players around you".

Who will be the team's next general manager? But, they can offer the most money to a player who is not willing to take a discount.

The February roster overhaul by the Cleveland Cavaliers could pale in comparison to what might take place with the team in the upcoming offseason.

If James ends up with the Lakers, he'll need to bring help with him.

"That's probably the longest shot of it happening", Sherman said of Miami. Can he shed Ryan Anderson's contract?

Commentators have suggested he would go to Philadelphia or Los Angeles, though many note his son is about to start high school, and the National Basketball Association star has established a charity in Cleveland, his home town.

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