With the Cleveland Cavaliers opening the season with a 7-7 record, fans are wondering where the blame with the slow start might rest. However, one of the Cavaliers biggest rivals knows a lot about life at the top. Golden State Warriors superstar Draymond Green chipped in on whether or not the Cavaliers fans need to worry about their team's start to the season and superstar LeBron James.

LeBron James is concerned with the postseason

One thing that Cleveland Cavaliers fans should know by now is that LeBron James has never been concerned about what happens in the regular NBA season as long as his team is prepared for the postseason when it rolls around.

Whether the Cavaliers are first, second or seventh heading into the playoffs, LeBron knows he is good enough to lead them to the NBA Finals.

He has done it for seven straight seasons between the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers.

That is one thing that Golden State Warriors superstar Draymond Green reminded Cleveland Cavaliers fans about in a recent question and answer session on USA Today. According to Green, Cleveland fans don't need to worry about a slow start to the regular NBA season because these games are not what is important right now.

What Draymond Green things Cavaliers fans should worry about

Draymond Green said that the Cleveland Cavaliers are struggling right now and part of their problem is a defense that seems unable to stop opponents right now.

Green said that fans should worry about things but not so much about the 7-7 record. According to Green, the fans shouldn't let a slow start bother them but they should be concerned about LeBron James.

Green said that fans should worry about how much LeBron James is playing right now as he works to keep his Cleveland Cavaliers competitive with little in the way of help around him.

LeBron has played in the NBA for 15 seasons and this year he is averaging 38.1 minutes-per-game, the highest since the 2010-11 NBA season.

Draymond Green said the problem is that a 30 point-per-game player in Isaiah Thomas is sitting on the bench injured and that hurts LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers down the line.

Draymond admitted that LeBron is "superhuman" but those powers will go away eventually and that is a reason for concern for all Cavaliers fans.

LeBron James has played 40 minutes in six games so far this season for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Draymond Green said that no one in the NBA should play that many minutes this early in the season.