LeBron completely dodged an easy 'Godfather' question
On Monday, after the Cavaliers throttled the Warriors behind 41-point performances by both LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, ESPN's Chris Broussard reported that James got himself focused for the game by watching "The Godfather: Part II."
Further, Broussard said:
On Wednesday, a reporter followed up on James' affinity for the "Godfather" movies (watch the exchange above) when James, well, didn't have much of anything substantive to say about it.
Didn't want to engage on the subject? Didn't want to discuss a violent movie? Did he overstate this "Godfather" thing in the first place for some reason? (Yes, like practice, we're talking about The Godfather.)
"I don't feel I have to wipe everybody out, Tom," Michael Corleone says in Part II. "Just my enemies."