LeBron James: ‘I will not regret Game 7′
There is nothing more exhilarating and excruciating in sports.
“That,” Udonis Haslem said, “is what you dream about. It will be the toughest battle we’ve had all playoffs.”
LeBron James lifted his team, and this city, on his shoulders Thursday night, delivering numbers (45 points, 15 rebounds, five assists) achieved by only one other player in postseason history: Wilt Chamberlain.
But can he deliver another magnificent, mesmerizing performance against Boston on Saturday, this time on his home court?
“I don’t know,” he said. “I’ll continue to play at a high level, like I’ve done the whole postseason. … I will not regret Game 7. I will go in with the mind-set I’ve had the whole season.”