Dwyane Wade calls final season of Big 3 era a 'bad marriage'

Dwyane Wade calls final season of Big 3 era a 'bad marriage'

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) gestures after scoring against the Washington Wizards in the fourth quarter at Capital One Arena.

As the Cleveland Cavaliers search for quick answers to their 3-5 start, head coach Tyronn Lue is not getting a lot of rest. "As a team, we were kind of like this". According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN, Wall's X-rays came back negative, but his game-play status against the Toronto Raptors Tuesday is uncertain.

Lebron James is still the KING and on Friday night he showed exactly why as he dropped 57 on the Washington Wizards. So the jokes weren't amusing anymore. "But we somehow made it to the Finals". When you walked in, it wasn't a big smile any more. "We had a mental edge over those guys and we were able to win".

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Wall ultimately stayed on the floor for the rest of the game, finishing with 13 points, 15 assists and six rebounds in 38 minutes of play.

"With the new guys here, you've got guys that have never been [to the Finals], guys who are hungry", Wade said. For the guys that's here, you have to pull from something else to motivate you, to get you to feel that hunger again like you had that first year. We're trying to figure it out as a team, I'm trying to figure it out as an individual and it will get better, I will get better.

James is the NBA's sixth player with 400 regular-season games of at least 30 points, joining Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain, Karl Malone, Kobe Bryant and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

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