After the bad loss against the Toronto Raptors, Tyronn Lue sent a message to his players. Answering to a question from a reporter, Lue said that if someone has personal agenda, he should get rid of it and starting playing in the right way:
"But until we play better defensively, I think offensively sharing the basketball, everyone on the same page -- and if guys have agendas, we've got to get rid of our agendas and play the right way."
But seems that both Lebron James and Kevin Love didn't like those words, here's what they answered:
Lebron:""I don't [have an agenda]. At this point, three and a half, four years in this thing, I hope not. I don't know. I don't have one. I just want to win. I just like playing ball the right way, getting guys involved and winning the game also. I don't."
Love: "It's my 10th year," he said. "We've got a lot of vets on this team. If there are agendas, I don't see it. But I'm sure whoever he's speaking of or speaking to with that, he'll address it, as we usually do. So, I don't know."