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LeBron James keeps tweeting, and no one really knows what he's talking about

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It's hard to say what any of it means

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Another day, and another bewildering tweet from LeBron James. The Cavs have won back to back games over the Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards, teams that have been playing pretty well recently, but James continues to express concern over the chemistry of ... well I'm not sure anyone knows exactly. On the court the Big 3 have been successful together from the get-go. The lineup data doesn't lie, it's just a description of what has happened on the court.

Off the court, it's been a different story, though you could argue it comes from what happens on the court. This stuff might not even be about any of that.

My long-standing rule following the first Decision was to never play armchair psychologist to LeBron James ever again. So I won't. Chris Haynes, who is as attuned with James as anyone covering the Cavs, chimes in with this:

So who knows? Maybe LeBron is just a great troll-artist. Maybe he's upset with Kyrie Irving (who he complimented after last night's game) or Kevin Love. I'll just enjoy the wins.