After being unable to complete the NBA Championship three-peat and losing two of their best three players to injury, the Golden State Warriors have reached a possible end to their dynasty.
Coincidentally, this is all happening in the absence of LeBron James, proving just how unlucky he has been throughout his career.
Lebron was so unlucky. He played a stacked Warriors team with a healthy KD back to back. If he played this particular Warriors team in those two finals he would have 5 rings by now. Oh well…
— KARL (@Chike_OK) June 8, 2019
From the start of his career, James has become accustomed to carrying teams either by himself or with little help from those around him. And while carrying those teams, he’s had to face All-Star stacked opponents.
This became especially apparent when LeBron faced some of the best teams this league has ever seen in the Golden State Warriors.
These teams started with Steph Curry and Klay