MIAMI -- LeBron James seemed to take Wednesday's loss about as hard as he did one earlier this fall to New Orleans.
That would be an October preseason defeat to the Hornets.
James' Heat lost, 97-95, to the Golden State Warriors at AmericanAirlines Arena, their third defeat in five games. In previous Heat seasons, such a slump would have led the national media to descend upon Miami, including the National Enquirer and TMZ.
But James' attitude Wednesday was from the Alfred E. Neuman school: "What, me worry?"
James, though, might not get much flak for shrugging off a home loss. That's what winning a championship last season can do.
As has been well-chronicled, the Heat came back regularly when the odds were stacked against them last spring. So perhaps that's why James isn't getting too bent out of shape about losing a game on a layup with 0.9 of a second left by a rookie forward who entered the game with a 2.5 scoring average.
In fact, the first ...