LeBron talks about NBA Finals Game 3: ‘It’s a tall challenge; I look forward to it’

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Cavaliers are back home and ready to Defend the Land.

Tuesday, they were back at practice ahead of Wednesday night's Game 3 in Cleveland.

LeBron James was asked if he was frustrated being down 2-0. "I don't want to say frustrated. You never want to be down 2-0 in a series against anybody. We have some things we need to do better, obviously, from Game 1 and Game 2 to get to Game 3 tomorrow. We look forward to the challenge, once again. It's a tall challenge for us, but it's a great moment to be a part of; we look forward to what tomorrow brings."

James said he is now getting his mind ready and focused on what tomorrow is going to bring.

When asked if he is accustomed to territory like this -- being down in a series -- he said: "You hate to continue to put yourselves in these positions, but at the end of the day, it's still just basketball, man; that's what gets me more comfortable about it; it's just a game. I'm going to prepare myself, go out and do my job and live with the results."

In Game 2 on Sunday, James finished with a triple-double and 29 points.

But Kevin Durant had 33 points and Curry had a triple double and 32 points.

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