Wilfredo Lee, Associated Press
MIAMI — LeBron James ended his first Miami Heat season with a clarification.
James says comments he made after the Heat lost Game 6 of the NBA finals to the Dallas Mavericks may have been misunderstood, and that when it comes to the overwhelming criticism of himself and his team, "not only myself, but everyone has to move on with their lives."
James raised eyebrows with the way he responded to a question about people being happy to see the Heat lose, saying then that those critics "have to get back to the real world."
After the team held its exit meetings Tuesday, James was saying that he's "not superior to anyone" and that he knows his comments could have been interpreted differently.
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