Found June 14, 2014 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
PLAYERS: LeBron James
TEAMS: Miami Heat
With the possibility of the NBA Finals ending tomorrow, Miami Heat star LeBron James put things in perspective during today’s NBA Finals media availability. When asked about handling losses better than two years ago and being more upbeat, LeBron provided an interesting answer where he stated that winning two championships with Miami helps that cause according to Joseph Goodman of the Miami Herald and Jason Lieser of Palm Beach Post: LeBron handles losses a lot better now than he did a few years ago. "Two championships help." — Jason Lieser (@PBPjasonlieser) June 14, 2014 LeBron, on being upbeat: "Two championships helps that. Understanding what is important and not important allows me to live in the moment." — Joseph Goodman (@JoeGoodmanJr) June 14, 2014 Nice to see, LeBron has things in perspective… *** James image courtesy of Getty Images
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