LeBron James Says He's Still Striving To Be Better
By Tim Reynolds, AP Basketball Writer | 10/25/2013, 10:41 a.m. | Updated on 10/25/2013, 10:41 a.m.
"He's a special dude," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "He's always going to continue to stay in a state of uncomfortableness. This summer was a busy summer for him and yet he always finds time to get his work in, his conditioning. He wants to add different elements."
One thing he added this summer was a diamond-crusted wedding band.
James' wedding finally happened in September, and out of respect to the couple, guests still are leery to talk about many specifics of that night at a San Diego resort. James thought San Diego would be the ideal spot after holding some youth camps there and seeing how the weather, almost without fail, is perfect.
"The best part of the wedding was probably after the wedding," James said. "It turned into a party. Basically, that's all it was. It wasn't nothing but a big old party. We gave each other our rings and after that it turned into a big old party with all my friends and family. That's all."
On Tuesday night, he gets another ring, his second NBA title ring.
And he insists that he'll do whatever it takes for this season to end with another party.
"The man above has given me God-given ability and talent, obviously," James said. "I want to take full advantage of it."