Even though his Cleveland Cavaliers swept the Boston Celtics in a first-round playoff series in April, LeBron James still considers the Celtics’ offense one of the toughest to defend.

James addressed multiple topics in a Twitter Q&A on Tuesday, and two of them involved the Celtics.

One follower asked James which teams are the toughest to defend, and it turns out the Celtics are right up there with the past two NBA champions.

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James has had some memorable moments — both good and bad — while playing at TD Garden. He arguably had one of the best performances of his career in Game 6 of the 2012 Eastern Conference finals, but he also had one of his lowest points when he took off his Cavs jersey back in the 2010 Eastern Conference semifinals.

Nonetheless, Boston is still one of James’ favorite places to play.

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Those were only two of his tweets, though. Below are some of the other highlights from his Q&A.

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But perhaps the biggest answer of the day wasn’t really an answer at all.

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Such a tease.

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