After submitting one of his worst postseason performances of his career, LeBron James is locked in for tonight’s critical Game 4 against the Celtics.
James could only muster 11 points (and coughed up the rock six times) in Boston’s stunning 111-108 Game 3 win, and says he’s ready to bounce back in a major way.
— Tom Withers (@twithersAP) May 23, 2017
With the Cleveland Cavaliers holding a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals, winning is the only thing on LBJ’s mind.
Per the AP:
“It wasn’t tough to watch,” he said as the Cavaliers prepared for Tuesday night’s Game 4. “We had opportunities. It is what it is. They played a hell of a game and they took it to us and we weren’t able to stop the runs that they made.
“Some of the plays that we made, some of the plays that I made, I was like, ‘What are we doing?’ or ‘What could I have done better?’ But you figure out the next game and go forward.”
James, who didn’t speak to the media Monday, didn’t provide many detailed answers during a brief interview session at the team’s practice facility.
Asked for the keys to Game 4, he simply said “win” and walked away.