LeBron James rebuffed by Marreese Speights

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Former NBA big man Mareres Speets overtakes Los Angeles Lakers superstar Lebron James Twitter.

Spets has not played in the NBA since the 2017–18 season with the Orlando Magic, but he has been very vocal about everything happening in the NBA and the league.

Speets posted a picture on Tuesday trolling James’ 4-10 finals record, originally celebrating Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.

The 2015–16 Golden State Warriors team had Marcier Spites, who won 73 games during the regular season to break the Chicago Bulls’ 72–10 record from 1995–96.

However, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers went on to become the first team in NBA history to win the 2016 title over the Warriors in the finals and overcome a 3–1 series deficit in the final.

It appears that the Spites still do not dominate the Warriors in the 2016 final over James. Although Lebron’s finals record is terrific for an NBA legend, it’s important to note that he’s the only player in NBA history to have three finals with top-10 all-time points and three different teams for assists. Has won MVP Awards.

The Spites are being killed by NBA fans in their responses and quote tweets, cursing them for being average players and not being in the league during their careers. The Florida native scored 7.9 points and 4.1 rebounds in 705 NBA games with the Philadelphia 76ers, Memphis Grizzlies, Cavs, Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers and Magic.

Even if James sees this tweet from Spites, he will not respond because he has been on the high street since entering the league in 2003 during his entire Hall of Fame career.

Also, after winning the 2020 title, The King certainly does not have time for anyone to spoil his mood.


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