LeBron James is looking to get back on track after losing two consecutive games after winning eight games in a row. The Cleveland Cavaliers will take on the Milwaukee Bucks Friday night, in hopes to break their losing streak.
"No, you shouldn't have to lose to have a wake up call. Just being out on the floor and preparing, wanting to be as great as you can be everyday should be the only wake up call you need, you shouldn't need a loss to have a wake up call," James said when asked if losing the last two games was a wake up call.
"I think just trying to play consistently for 48 minutes, just play our game, that's defending at a high level and not turning the ball over. When we don't turn the ball over, when we don't turn the ball over we share the ball offensively and when we defend on a high level we're a pretty good team, when we're not, we're not good at all," James said when asked what he is looking for in tonight's game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
James is averaging 27.3 points, 6.1 assists and 6.7 rebounds per game this season. James is shooting 50% from the field and 30% from beyond the three point arc.
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