If you think LeBron James is feeling his recent loss against the Golden State Warriors, you might want to think again. The budding “rivalry” between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers was on full display last night, but make no mistake, LeBron could care less about losing that one game when he has the hardware to prove he’s beyond a win or loss at Oracle Arena.
The game was tough for Cavaliers fans as they basically got their ass handed to them at Oracle Arena and on national television, losing to the Warriors 126 – 91. And while it seems the Cavs never really had control of the game, the fact of the matter is LeBron losing one game at Oracle does absolutely nothing to his legacy. In fact he made a fan know during the game he has not one, not two but three rings:
If that looks familiar, that’s cause the Mamba did the same thing to a fan that dared to heckle him too. Granted, Bron doesn’t have 5 rings (yet) but it’s just such a bad ass way to tell someone to fuck off without having to say a word:
We all know Lebron is a future Hall of Famer and has the pedigree of a champion. But we also know he can be the biggest (and pettiest) troll in the NBA. There’s nothing better (and more frustrating) than when you’re beating teams and not being gracious about it either. Like when he wore his “Ultimate Warrior” shirt after beating the Warriors last year:
Or when he planned a Halloween themed party poking fun at the Warriors for not closing a 3 – 1 series:
LeBron James went full savage at his Halloween party. pic.twitter.com/9NZFHxchD3
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) October 31, 2016
Not to mention, intentionally stepping over Draymond Green DURING the Finals, the most disrespectful thing you can do to another player:
Listen, I love a good rivalry, but what I love even more than that is watching petty LeBron in action. Ever since he took that headband off and let his hairline breathe, he’s loosened up and is talking his shit on the court! As a fan, there’s nothing better than watching him troll fans in a rivalry game.