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(KDKA) – Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James was understandably noncommittal about his return to the team following a loss to Golden State that clinched a second straight NBA championship for the Warriors on Friday night.

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“I have no idea at this point,” James said.

The Warriors completed a sweep of the Cavs with a 108-85 victory on Friday.

Are NBA fans now in line for “The Decision 2,” a follow-up to the now infamous media tour James and his entourage staged prior to him leaving Cleveland for Miami in 2010?

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“The one thing that I’ve always done is consider my family, understanding especially where my boys are at this point in their age,” James said. “They were a lot younger the last time I made a decision like this four years ago. I got a teenage boy, a pre-teen and a little girl right now that wasn’t around as well. So sitting down and considering everything — my family is a huge part of whatever I’ve decided to do in my career, and they’ll continue to be that. So I don’t have an answer for you right now as far as that.”

James, who led the NBA with a 34-points-per-game average in the playoffs, also said he “pretty much played the last three games with a broken hand” after injuring himself punching a white board after Game 1 of the NBA Finals. He showed up to the postgame press conference Friday with a cast on his hand.

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In 22 games during the Cavs’ postseason run, James also averaged nine assists, 9.1 rebounds and a .539 field-goal percentage.