After an embarrassing 133-99 loss Thursday to the Toronto Raptors on national TV, Cavaliers coach Ty Lue wants his team to refocus their efforts on one thing and one thing only: playing winning basketball at both ends.
"We gotta be better," Lue said postgame, according to ESPN. "Until we play better defensively and offensively, until we share the basketball. And if guys have agendas, we've got to get rid of those agendas and play the right way."
For his part, LeBron James was incredulous at the notion that any teammate could be playing for any reason other than team success.
"I would hope not," James said. "I mean, come on. At this point? Three and a half, four years into this thing? I would hope not. I don't have (other agendas). I just want to win."
James finished with 26 points on 9-for-16 shooting from the floor, but tallied just three rebounds and one assist. It was only the 10th time James has lost to the Raptors in the regular season in his 15-year pro career.