The league’s wants and needs and rules required that LeBron James sit on a podium Wednesday to field a series of questions about his shortcomings and psyche, with one reporter even requesting an inventory on the current contents of his head.
And while he sat there, and took them, 23 in all, he was hardly what you’d term a stationary target. He was a full step ahead of this game, again taking full responsibility for being a step behind the night before in Miami’s 113-77 loss to San Antonio in Game 3 of the NBA Finals.
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