The 2016/2017 NBA season is now behind us and all that remains is to see what moves do the teams make in the off-season. The Golden State Warriors are the 2017 champions as they defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 4-1 in a rematch of last year's Finals. This year's Finals never really came in question as Golden State was heavily favored to win it all from the beginning of the season. After losing to the Cavaliers in Game 7 last year, the Warriors added Kevin Durant to their roster during the summer and it proved to be a perfect match for both Durant and the Warriors.

They stormed through the regular season and through the playoffs, and eventually won the title in five games. The Cavaliers never really stood a chance against the Warriors in the Finals, and the only reason people gave them some chances was LeBron James and his greatness.

LeBron disappointed the way season ended

It turned out James can't do it all by himself, as his team fell short on the biggest stage of the NBA - the Finals. The Cavaliers managed to win only one game in the series and LeBron James became the first player ever to average a triple-double in the NBA Finals. Just a few days after the Game 5 loss, LeBron used his "Uninterrupted" platform and reflected on the way the season and the Finals ended.

"Obviously, it’s always disappointing when you get to the Finals or you have that goal set out and you want to bring it home and you’re not able to accomplish it." said LeBron and then added, "“It’s always disappointing, but it’s never a failure when you’re able to put your teammates in positions that they’ve never been in."

LeBron is known as the ultimate teammate throughout his career, and his best quality is making the guys around him better.

While making this video for "Uninterrupted" he added he's happy that guys like Kyle Korver and Derrick Williams finally felt what it means to compete and play for the title.

"Much respect to the Warriors"

Later in the video, LeBron congratulated the Warriors on winning the title by saying: "Kudos to the Golden State Warriors, much respect to them." The four-time league MVP added it's time for him to revamp and see ways how can he be better in order to win the championship next year.

He also said that he feels blessed to be around the best fans in Cleveland and he looks forward to the next season. This is something every fan in Cleveland wanted to hear, as they are hoping LeBron can help them win the title next year.