Lebron is focusing on the game at hand.
Victor Oladipo walked into Bankers Life Fieldhouse yesterday a man on a mission. His 28 points contributed to the 87-121 scoreline on a night where the mayor outlawed "goaltending" from his cushy chair. That being said, Nothing seem to drop for the Cavs rotation. Even K-Love puttered-out before he could find his rhythm, finishing with 7 points. Sadly, we're left to consider reliability as a real concern for the Cavaliers going into game 7.
If you ask Victor Oladipo about the Pacers' last ditch efforts he'll tell you it was written in the stars. Lebron's comments after game 6 dispel a widely held belief that if the Cavaliers lose in the postseason, it will be his last season in Cleveland. When asked during the post-game press conference if he was beginning to ponder his relationship with the Cavaliers should they lose tomorrow afternoon, he quickly responded "No. No."
Moment's later he offered a more open ended account of his thoughts: "The thought of: 'If we don't play well it will be my last game of the year,' that will probably hit my mind, but I haven't thought about that." Cleveland's loss snapped an 11-game winning streak in close-out situations. Game 7 feels a lot like deadline day. If you're a Cavaliers' fan these are undoubtedly anxious moments.