LeBron on Indians' World Series run: 'We're very proud of you'

Posted at 1:15 AM, Nov 03, 2016

In a heartbreaking loss, the Cleveland Indians fell to the Chicago Cubs in the World Series after rallying late in Game 7. 

Nonetheless, the Indians have nothing to hang their heads about. It was a close game, and the city is still proud, according to Cleveland Cavaliers and NBA All-Star LeBron James.

"Just want to congratulate the Indians on an unbelievable season," James said in a video posted on Twitter. "You guys did something that nobody would ever think you guys could do, and we're very proud of you."