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With the thrill of victory comes the agony of defeat and LeBron James knows about that misery all too well with four NBA Finals losses in six appearances. While on Bleacher Report Radio, James spoke about a number of topics, including how he can improve as a player next season with the Cleveland Cavaliers to his approach to his role in Trainwreck. LeBron also touched on losing to the Golden State Warriors in the 2015 Finals where he admits that he occasionally has nightmares. 

“I think, for me, you can never get out of it. No matter how much you try to just kind of say ‘okay, you did everything that you could, you gave everything that you had’ and you’re able to move on — I just don’t feel like you ever move on…. You feel like you’re right there, you have a great opportunity to do something special. Obviously I’ve got to shake it a little bit because I’ve got these three kids running around the house that don’t allow me to not be happy, but at the same time I can never get away from losing in the finals. I have… you know, I guess there’s nightmares about them, about situations throughout the games. It’s always replaying in my head. It’s definitely difficult, but I’m getting better every day.”

Once the 2015-16 campaign appears to be just around the corner, James will be able to turn to the next chapter of his career, forget about what happened in the previous season and focus on doing what he needs to do in order to help the Cavaliers win a championship. Until then, the Cavs loss to the Warriors is going to be a bitter pill to swallow. 

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[via Bleacher Report Radio]