LeBron James frustrated with Cavs organization after losing to Pelicans


A triple-double from LeBorn James and other two-triples combined 97 points for Cavs, including 49 points from Kyrie Irving, however the defending NBA champions still lost to New Orleans on Monday with 124-122 loss.

LeBron James couldn’t bare the latest defeat and vented his frustration on the Cleveland Cavaliers’ shabby playing resources.

James and Irving played hard, yet Cavs lost their 6th in their past 10 games and 5th in the 7th tries for the first time since LeBron came back to Northeast Ohio. And the four-time MVP is just not easy about it, not in the slightest.

James, who is always frank about speaking publicly about his dissatisfaction with team issues, said recent results were unacceptable.

“I just hope that we’re not satisfied as an organization,” James said, crabby about the team’s failure to land an alternative to himself and Irving.

“We need a … playmaker,” James told reporters.

“It’s like when you don’t have bodies. It’s tough,” James said. “We’re a top-heavy team. We have a top-heavy team … It’s me, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love. It’s top-heavy.

I don’t know what we got to offer. I just know me, personally? I don’t got no time to waste. I’ll be 33 in the winter, and I ain’t got time to waste. That’s what I’m talking about.”

Later on Twitter James Tweeted –

“I not mad or upset at management cause Griff and staff have done a great job, I just feel we still need to improve in order to repeat”

James that helped Cavs to come back from a 3-1 series deficit against Golden State to win last year’s NBA Finals said he has already spoken with Cavaliers general manager David Griffin to mark his disappointment.

Till now for the year he has registered an average of 25.6 points per game, 8.4 assists and 7.4 rebounds, while the team is leading the Eastern Conference with a record of 30-13.