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LeBron James throws his teammates under the bus with ridiculous claim after NBA Finals loss

Is he insane?

LeBron James just lost for the fifth time in the NBA Finals as the Golden State Warriors won Game 5 129-120. He won three total rings (one with his Cleveland squad last season and twice in 2012 and 2013 with the Miami Heat). However, despite playing with two other All-Stars on both of those teams he is convinced that he has somehow never played for a "super team."

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So James is saying that playing with two All-Stars in Kyrie Irving —- a former No. 1 overall pick —- and Kevin Love as well as superior role players like JR Smith, Iman Shumpert, Tristan Thompson and Kyle Korver does not constitute a "super team" in this day and age. Irving was probably the third-best player in the series behind Kevin Durant and James. You could even argue that Love was the fourth-best considering how poorly Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson played for stretches there.

Apparently him starting "The Heatles" and reigniting the "Big 3" movement wasn't him joining a super team either. It's not like he was playing with a former NBA Champion in Dwyane Wade and an All-Star in Chris Bosh. He also had a similar supporting cast in Ray Allen, Chris Andersen, James Jones, Mario Chalmers, Shane Battier, and Rashard Lewis. So his claim of not playing on a super team seems pretty invalid.

James also threw some serious shade at his teammates and the effort they gave throughout the series with this telling quote:

He used the phrase "for me personally" twice just to make sure he separated himself from the team. That's not a good look even after a tough series loss like this for James. It's his fifth time experiencing it so he probably should have known to be a little more careful with his words.