All players have done it. Before they were in the league, current players were young kids who just like everyone else, hated on everything in the NBA.
We’ve dug up Victor Oladipo’s old tweet bashing LeBron James seven years prior to being defeated by him in the 2018 NBA Playoffs. This time, it’s Terry Rozier.
In the 2011 NBA Finals, LeBron James had a poor showing against Dallas as a member of the Miami Heat. The entire NBA world bashed “King James” on social media as Miami lost to Dallas in six games. The reason was that of the extreme hype of All-Star trio LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh joining forces in South Beach.
And of course, you cant forget James predicting “not two… not three… not four… not five… not six… not seven” championships before the 2010-11 season kicked off. If you weren’t a Heat fan, you couldn’t support three superstars teaming up like this.
Boston Celtics guard Terry Rozier was a high school student at Shaker Heights High School in Ohio at the time and did his own bashing of LeBron James on Twitter. Seven years later, he’s facing the man himself in the 2018 NBA Eastern Conference Finals where James is at the forefront of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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