LeBron James Says His Favorite Christmas Games Have Been in Los Angeles

LeBron James Says His Favorite Christmas Games Have Been in Los Angeles

So, I've had so many moments in this game that I'm going to cherish. The four-time MVP said contrary to popular belief, he doesn't dwell on the loss and the Cavs' Game 3 collapse.

It is a multi-stellar cast, which of course highlights the reissue of the last three league finals.

ESPN says that its audience levels are the second highest it has registered at this stage of a campaign, only behind 2010-11, James's first in Miami.

- The Warriors welcome the Cavaliers back to the place where they finished them off in Game 5 in June for their second championship in three years.

"I understand that it's probably not everybody's favorite event, people that bust their tail and work in the arenas and are there all the time, and maybe media and everybody else", Stevens said.

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"I do not know what this means, but we do have a lot of really good young players", he said.

Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen had just departed when Brad Stevens arrived, and the National Basketball Association didn't want the league's most storied franchise without its superstars. "... It's my turn to ... enjoy being one of the best players in the world".

"It was a big-time shot", said James, who went on to become the first player in Finals history to average a triple-double for the series, albeit in a losing effort. He'd have been the ideal player to get on Christmas but the league only played two or three games back then, and his Toronto Raptors were only shown once. "We have a budding dynasty, with Golden State, a team that tries to challenge it in its own conference or a couple of teams, San Antonio and Houston". He's led the team to three straight Finals and will most likely make that a fourth straight this season. We're still trying to continue to put things together and put pieces together. So, it's kind of always fun to be in L.A. and play in front of that crowd and have that atmosphere.

Fans who want to see a new chapter in the rivalry between Golden State and Cleveland should not miss the Christmas duel starring LeBron James and Kevin Durant.

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