The relationship between LeBron James and Kyrie Irving continues to devolve, according to ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith.
Speaking on his podcast Monday, Smith quoted sources in James’ camp about how bad things have gotten.
“If Kyrie Irving was in front of LeBron James right now, LeBron James would be tempted to beat his ass,” the source told Smith.
He clarified that James’ biggest problem isn’t that Irving requested a trade, but instead that he’s being made out to be a bad teammate during the recent debacle.
Whatever Stephen A. Smith says is fact. If he goes on his radio show and screams at the top of his lungs that LeBron would beat Kyrie Irving’s ass, then it is totally true. You never question his words. They are prophecy.
A LeBron James Kyrie Irving fist fight would be 1000% more compelling and interesting than Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor will be. That’s also fact. Lotttt of facts flying at you right now. Hang in there.
LeBron James is upset that Kyrie Irving recently requested a trade for no clear reason other than the fact that he doesn’t like LeBron. There’s no other way to look at this situation. All summer, there have been stories about LeBron leaving next year for Los Angeles which would leave Kyrie in his ruins stuck in Cleveland purgatory.
Round of applause to Kyrie for standing up for himself and taking control of his own career. This is what happens when you stand up to the bully, he says he’s going to beat you up on the blacktop after school.
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