LeBron James gave a mixed explanation Wednesday for his tweet Tuesday night toward the end of the Cavs' worst loss in franchise history, but said it wasn't directed at his former team.
"It's just how I was feeling at the time," James said. "It wasn't even a comment from me, it was someone who sent it to me and I sent it out. It wasn't toward that team. It definitely wasn't a good showing by that team last night, I know they wish they would've played better."
During the fourth quarter of what became a 55-point loss to the Lakers, James tweeted "Crazy. Karma is a b****. Gets you every time. It's not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!" It sure seemed to be directed at Cavs owner Dan Gilbert, but James insists that isn't true.
"I think everyone looks into everything I say," James said. "Everybody looks too far into it. No hit toward that organization, no hit at that team, especially those players, at all. I've moved on. Hopefully that organization has continued to move on. But I'm happy where I am as a Miami Heat player."