NEW YORK — The message embroidered on the front of LeBron James‘ baseball cap he wore after the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 104-101 comeback victory over the New York Knicks on Monday night summed up the game — and his talk — perfectly.
“All good,” the cap read in uppercase letters, followed by another line of text underneath: “Never better.”
Sure, the Cavs have been better before — they’re currently 7-7 on the season, with the Knicks win giving them their first winning streak since starting the season 2-0. And James, while still dominating the sport, probably peaked as an individual player several years ago.
But the drama between Cleveland and its Eastern Conference counterpart in New York? That may very well be unrivaled in the two teams’ shared history after all the off-court drama the past several days.
With Phil Jackson resigning as team president in June, it seemed as if James lost the target of his Knicks-based ire. That is, until New York big man Enes Kanter stepped in
Article source: http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/21404799/lebron-james-cleveland-cavaliers-clashes-enes-kanter-new-york-knicks
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