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Lakers superstar LeBron James responds to comments made by former Cavs GM David Griffin

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Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James had a cryptic post on Twitter, which appears to be a response to the statements of former Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin.

James said on his post that “enough is enough,” probably after getting tagged on the recent remarks from Griffin.

Griffin said that his stint as Cavs GM was very tough and miserable because of the pressure surrounding the job. He pointed out that he had to continuously find ways to give James the best supporting cast to get a better chance of winning a title.

The one-time champion GM added that what they did in Cleveland back then was “inorganic” and “unsustainable.” He also admitted that after winning the championship, he knew that he wanted to leave the Cavs because he has lost the joy in performing his job.

“Everything we did was so inorganic and unsustainable and, frankly, not fun,” Griffin told Jake Fischer of Sports Illustrated. “I was miserable. Literally the moment we won the championship I knew I was gonna leave. There was no way I was gonna stay for any amount of money.”

Griffin eventually left the Cavaliers in 2017 and worked as an NBA TV analyst. He found a new home this summer with the New Orleans Pelicans, taking on the role of executive vice president of basketball operations.