Everyone has spent the last two days talking about LeBron James except, well, LeBron James. On Tuesday, he finally broke his silence by speaking to a group of reporters in Miami—and, surprisingly, he didn't pull any punches when he was asked about his poor performance in the NBA Finals. "I didn't play up to my own standards," he said. "Did that cost us losing the Finals? I don't know. But I'm not satisfied with my performance."
He was also quick to address the post-game comments he made in which he addressed his haters and said that "tomorrow they have to wake up and have the same life that [they had] before." According to LeBron, he didn't mean any harm when he said it. "It wasn't saying I'm better or superior than anyone else," he said. "I would never look at myself as bigger...It was interpreted different than what I wanted. Everyone has to move on with their lives and I do, too."
So, has Bron really been bitten by the humble bug—or did his PR team get a hold of him on Monday? You be the judge. [via ProBasketballTalk]