Digging up NBA players’ tweets from years ago is a very fun thing to do. Whether talking smack about current teammates years before uniting with them or tweeting about a controversial topic, it is always cringe-worthy for the culprit.
This time it’s Victor Oladipo.
In Game 5 of the Indiana Pacers’ first-round playoff series against Cleveland, LeBron James went into “King James” mode, coming up clutch to lead the Cavaliers to a nail-biting 98-95 victory. James recorded the game-saving block on Oladipo with just 0:05 remaining and then proceeded to nail the game-winning three-pointer allowing Cleveland to go ahead in the series 3-2.
LEBRON CLUTCH CHASEDOWN BLOCK ON OLADIPO pic.twitter.com/rkRgMD6M3K
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) April 26, 2018
LeBron hit the game winner at the buzzer🔥😤 The king finished with 44 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 assists 👑 pic.twitter.com/IZhGyQ3Qfo
— NBA Inside Stuff (@NBAInside_Stuff) April 26, 2018
In 2011, Oladipo made a tweet about LeBron James that could’ve been made in 2018 if he were sitting on the couch watching the game. Instead of on the couch, he was in the game getting blocked by the man himself.
My tweet for the night #lebron that is all
— Victor Oladipo (@VicOladipo) June 1, 2011
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