After a hard-fought and superhuman effort during the 2015 NBA Finals, LeBron James has ended his silence and posted on Facebook.

By Robby Sabo

LeBron James Ends His Social Media SilenceAs one nation undivided, we knew it was only a matter of time before LeBron James ended his social media silence.

After all, this is LeBron, and this is the year 2015 for which social media reigns supreme.

We also knew after his Cleveland Cavaliers lost in six-games to the eventual NBA Champion Golden State Warrriors he’d stay in the background for a bit. Thanks to his personal Facebook account, that’s not the case anymore.

James posted on his account today thanking his fans and reaffirming his move to Cleveland.

It hurt to lose. I’ve been in a funk lately, but this… this is what motivates me to do what I do. How can I ever be down…

Posted by LeBron James on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

It must sting to now look at a 2-4 career mark in the NBA Finals. At the same time, James must take comfort in the probability that no superstar (past or present) could’ve gotten that ridiculous group of Cavs so close to a title.

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