Following the Cleveland Cavaliers' Game 5 loss to the Golden State Warriors, LeBron James was asked if there was ever a point in which he felt they were overmatched.
"No, I don't think I've ever -- not one time did I feel like we were overmatched until probably like I looked up, there was like a minute 20, and we were down 13, I believe, or something at that point," said James. "And I was like, okay, we left everything on the floor, and it still wasn't enough.
"So that's -- they assembled a great team. We were able to get them last year, and they went out and got one of the best players that this league has ever seen, so they did a good job of -- a great job, their front office and their players, by doing that recruiting, the things that they did in the summertime, and obviously it paid dividends."
James was also asked how he views the Warriors when he considers his future in the NBA.
"Well, it's a two-sided question because for me personally -- I don't know," said James. "I need to sit down and figure this thing out. And so I don't know as far as me personally right now.
"But as far as that team, they're going to be here for a while. They're going to be around for a while. Pretty much all their guys are in their 20s. Pretty much all their big-name guys are in their 20s, and they don't show any signs of slowing down. So there's going to be a lot of teams that's trying to figure out ways to put personnel together to try and match that if they're able to actually face them in the Playoff series, both Eastern Conference and Western Conference. Because they're built for -- from my eyes, they're built to last a few years. So we'll see."