LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are slowly trying to get over a slumping month of March, as they have already notched two victories in April. However, the team still seems dysfunctional especially after James and Tristan Thompson got into a heated argument during Sunday’s win over the Indiana Pacers.

LeBron James’ apology to Tristan Thompson

After the two got into an argument, James apologized for yelling at Thompson. "I have to do a better job of not showing up my teammates out on the floor. I had the right intentions in my mind, but I had the wrong intentions come out of my mouth," James told Fox Sports Ohio.

LeBron James’ apology was fair and very professional of him being the bigger man. In the heat of the moment, a lot of things do happen, but it was nice to see James come forth with an apology. He later continued, saying, "I take full responsibility for that as the leader of the team. So I got to be a lot better at that and be able to keep that in-house in the locker room and when we're watching film."

Stephen A. Smith on First Take

Unfortunately, not many liked LeBron’s actions on the floor. Everyone respects James as a player in what he is able to accomplish and his greatness is truly appreciated. However, some people, like Stephen A. Smith of ESPN, do not appreciate James’ cry-baby tendencies.

Smith called out James on ESPN’s First Take, saying that he needs to get rid of his cry-baby tendencies.

Many others have also called out James for being a “Cry Baby.” For instance, last year during the Finals many disliked the fact that James publicly complained about Draymond Green being too offensive on the court.

Nonetheless, none of this matters.

What matters more to James at this point is for his team to return to championship form and be ready for the playoffs, which are about 11 days away. The Cavaliers have an important game coming up against the Boston Celtics Wednesday evening, which will be the battle for first in the East and nationally televised on ESPN.