The Cleveland Cavaliers (44-17) have won three in a row, and sit atop the Eastern Conference standings. But all anyone seems to care about is what LeBron James is writing on his Twitter page.

LeBron admits that he’s basically just messing with everyone by being cryptic—his teammates, the media and fans—and Kyrie Irving has decided to also join in.

If you have a problem with any of this, blame James’s “beautiful mind.”

The Cavs are so weird.

Per the NEOMG:

“If you have an educated mind, they hit home for you,” James said Monday, after the Cavaliers’ shooatround in preparation to play Memphis at The Q. “Last night I tweeted that consistency and structure breeds perfection and if you take a short cut, or if you don’t handle business then you come up short. I think everybody should understand that.

 

“It’s nothing between the lines, it’s just, life,” James said. “You can’t shortcut being perfect or trying to be as perfect as you can, or trying to get to a point where you just feel like you can succeed. So, for educated minds, it should be fine.”

 

James said on Monday that “conflict throughout the course of a season … builds character. It builds even more trust.” […] “It’s just my mind working, that’s all,” James said. “I don’t know if anything started it. Just my mind working. I got a beautiful mind and I want to use it sometimes in a social manner.”