Is Lebron Really Okay With His “Attacking Turnovers?”
During last night's 108-97 loss to the Golden State Warriors, Lebron James took a very passive approach throughout the game. He spent most of the game trying to distribute to his teammates rather than being aggressive to score. With that approach he had 9 assist, but also did a great job of passing to the other team with 7 turnovers.
After the game, he had a very interesting take on his turnovers. Check out what he thought about the mistakes he made during the game.
So he is okay with the mistakes he made in game 4 of the NBA finals because they were "aggression turnovers."
I'm sorry, how can you be okay with mistakes you make in any basketball game? Now take into account that its the NBA finals against the best statistical team in history... Maybe Lebron should take more blame for his aggression turnovers.
Do you know who else might have problem with this? Mario Chalmers. The same Mario Chalmers who literally got screamed at by Lebron for almost any mistake he made. He was Lebron's own human punching bag. In case you forgot what that looks like, take a look below.
Maybe Lebron should hold himself to the same standard that he always tend to hold his "little brother" Chalmers to. Realistically, this series is just about over since the Cavs are already down 3-1. But if the Cavs have any chance to come back and win this series, maybe Lebron should care a little more about his "aggression turnovers" and care less about wanting to fight the Warriors' superstars.
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