LeBron James understandably wasn’t in a very good mood after the Cavaliers suffered their first postseason loss of 2017 in Game 3 against the Celtics. James took questions after the game, including one from Cleveland radio sports reporter Kenny Roda. Roda’s question was reasonable by any measure — was James hampered by Boston’s defense or was he just not feeling his shot tonight? But James hit that question with “What do you want me to say? Seems like you only ask questions when we lose.” (It was nearly the only thing LeBron hit after halftime, having gone without a basket for the last 16+ minutes.)
The good thing for James and company is that would mean Roda doesn’t ask many questions at all (since they don’t lose much). But no matter: Roda works in Cleveland and he’s smart enough to get on the “fix it with LeBron” train as fast as he can. Roda was quick to tweet afterwards that hey whatever your beef is with me LeBron I still think you’re great and I always will.
For the record,said on my radio show #LeBron should be MVP this year,was a joke not in final 3,is best player in the world,great off court 2
— Kenny Roda (@TheKennyRoda) May 22, 2017