Stephen Curry and his team finally had their revenge against the Cleveland Cavaliers after winning the 2017 NBA Finals in a 129-120 victory on Monday. Last season, the Golden State Warriors fell short against the Cavs during the final round of the best-of-seven series.

'I have no reason to put my head down'

Speaking before the media, LeBron James said he has nothing to be ashamed of after giving his all on the playing court in each five games. In fact, the 32-year-old superstar from Ohio recorded an average of 33.6 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists per game for the 2017 NBA Finals.

"I have no reason to look back at what I could have done or what I should have done or what I could have done better for the team," the Cavs player said. "I left everything I had out on the floor every single game, for five games in this Finals."

The two-time Olympic gold medalist became the first player to record a triple-double performance in the history of NBA Finals. But, despite his superb game against the Warriors, his current record in the NBA Finals series at 3-5 is expected to have an effect on his future with the Cavs.

Is he leaving the Cavs?

Speculations have been swirling around about LeBron James' possible departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers after this season. Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical said King James can only save his reputation by winning another championship for the Cavs before he can leave them for another team.

ESPN's Jalen Rose recently said that the small forward might join the Los Angeles Lakers in the upcoming season, while The Ringer's Kevin O'Connor thinks LeBron James will sign with the Clippers.

The 6-foot-8 forward, on the other hand, has yet to give his comment on these speculations. However, LeBron James hasn't committed to staying in Cleveland for the rest of his NBA career.

Similarly, he never guaranteed a championship when he resigned with the team in 2014.

Aside from LeBron James' possible departure from Cleveland Cavaliers, critics are also keeping a close eye on Kevin Love's potential trade after this season. Although it's unlikely to happen given his performance in the NBA Finals, sports analysts are not ruling out the idea that coach Tyronn Lue could be planning a shake-up after losing against the Warriors.

It should also be noted that several players of the Cleveland Cavaliers, including Kyle Korver, Deron Williams, and James Jones, will become free agents this summer. This only means that the team will have a few slots to fill in before another season opens.