Well, after his Cleveland Cavaliers came up short against the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals last week, the sting of the defeat kept King James off his social media streams for another seven days.
But on Tuesday, LeBron snapped out of his funk, posting a Facebook picture of his sons enjoying a roller-coaster ride, accompanied by a message, thanking his family and fans for having his back and promising a better King James in the 2015-16 season.
It's scary to think that James is promising to "get better," considering he averaged a ridiculous near-triple-double of 35.8 points, 13.3 rebounds and 8.8 assists over six games of the Finals.
But then again, the whole point of LeBron returning to the Cavs was to lead them to an NBA title victory, ending Cleveland's 51-year major sports championship drought.
Already, early Las Vegas sportsbook odds have named James and the Cavs as the favorite to win the title next year.
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