LeBron: Big 3 has always been ‘close’

LeBron James at shootaround Wednesday, May 11 (Photo By: Spencer Davies)

Notes from Cavs shootaround on Wednesday, May 11.

LeBron James shares thoughts on Steph Curry winning back-to-back NBA MVP’s

Though he said that Golden State’s sensational point guard was deserving of this year’s most valuable player award, James relayed that there’s a definite distinction between “best player” and “most valuable.”

 

LeBron speaks on happenings he’s missed during his social media blackout

He sent out a formal tip of the cap to Curry for his accomplishment, a congratulations to his friend Dwyane Wade for moving up the league’s playoff all-time scoring list and offered heartfelt words for the late Howard Garfinkel.

 

LeBron: Divide between Big 3 was never as bad as it may have been portrayed

With rumored friction linked to Kevin Love in both seasons and most recently with Kyrie Irving, James killed the rumblings of lack of chemistry within the locker room.

“We’ve always been close,” James said.

 

LeBron offers opinion on potential of a longer three-point line, changing Hack-A rule.

Long story short: Not a fan of either.

 

Kevin Love says there’s another level the Cavaliers/Big 3 can reach.

If their performance in those first two rounds wasn’t the peak of what Tyronn Lue’s group is capable of, look out.

 

Tyronn Lue: Love is Top 10 in NBA

“When you have a team with three all-stars, sometimes you don’t get to play the role that you’re capable of playing,” Lue said. “And that’s what’s been hurting Kevin for this past year and a half.

“Now we’re using him the right way. He’s comfortable and everything’s great.”