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LeBron James speaks with the media following a 108 – 83 Game 1 loss to the Boston Celtics. Subscribe to the NBA: For news, stories, …

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  1. Some of these questions…"do you come out of this needing to adapt?" they lost by a big margin, but no, they'll not adapt going into game two.

  2. LebRonaldo it's a machine to crying when things not going right. He did not get a foul so he decided to stay on attacking end and crying leave team to defend for him. Chip is broken. Shame there is no Kyrie to humiliate him more.

  3. It's going to suck when LeBron retires. In other sports you can win a championship having a good team with good chemistry, in basketball you need at least one superstar on your team. Nobody wants to play in Cleveland, it takes people like LeBron James or Bernie Kosar that are from the area to be able to make a Cleveland team perform well. Hopefully his son or someone else from our area comes up soon after he is retired.

  4. I don't follow the NBA or LeBron, so I obviously had no idea he had a memory like that. It's absolutely amazing. It's actually an eidetic memory, not a photographic memory. To have the physical genetics, that maybe only a handful of people in the world can match, on top of an eidetic memory, is truly extraordinary. It's almost as rare in adults as his physical ability. However, it usually only applies to one particular subject or area of study, like basketball. Regardless, he's a genetic freak of nature in multiple ways.

  5. Yall lebron fans kills me. Next yall gonna tell me can walk on water. Ita not that hard to remember something that happens in a baskeball game. Get off his nuts for christ sake

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