LeBron James Spurns Chance To Apologize To Cleveland Fans

Tonight's game was full of moments that sports analysts are going to rehash for days. First, there was the booing and chants of "Akron Hates You." Then there was the tense moment between LeBron James and his former teammate, Mo Williams. Finally, a member of the Cleveland coaching staff told James to STFU, clear as day. 

As a whole, I'd say despite his fantastic playing, James probably had a pretty rough night. Of course, many would say he brought it on himself, and I wouldn't argue too fervently against those people. But he's just a man, right? He's only human. You might even start to feel sorry for him. Until...

Craig Sager grabbed James in the tunnel after the game to ask him the usual battery of questions. One of those questions, as you might expect, was whether he felt the need to apologize to the fans for the way his tenure in Cleveland came to an end. His answer? A pretty emphatic "no."

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