Watch: JR Smith Addresses His Haters During IG Live With Anthony Davis
October 16, 2020
Los Angeles Lakers veteran guard JR Smith took notice of the comments haters made, and his message is loud and clear. Smith doesn’t always pay attention to outside noise, but this time he was in the mood of spilling a few facts.
Los Angeles won the 17th title in team history and the veteranwas part of the legendary roster. He addressed each and every hater on his Instagram Live. It was hilarious.
Anthony Davis joins JR Smith in his “battle” against haters
Lakers big man Anthony Davis appeared out of nowhere and delivered a short response. He focused everyone’s attention on Smith’s two rings. He won his first title in 2016, playing alongside LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
“I’ve been hearing a lot of sh*t. ‘You ain’t even do nothing.’ Sh*t man, let me tell you something. Them mf things they call chips. Them sh*ts is earned, they ain’t ever given. Them sh*t’s is always earned.”
Both players had a good laugh and shared details of the deep postseason. From what we can see, they have built a nice relationship. LA won the title and players had an incredible chemistry on the floor.
Smith didn’t really play a lot this season. He signed with the team late in the season and played 13.2 minutes per game. Head coach Frank Vogel trimmed his minutes to 7.2 per playoff game.
LA brought Smith and Dion Waiters as a replacement for Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley. Rondo returned to the floor, and Smith’s minutes were cut down.
Fans can say pretty much everything they like but Smith is having the time of his life. He had a good run with the team despite the fact that he saw action in just 6 regular-season games. He didn’t play much, but LA used him as a key player on the bench. Smith made sure everyone kept their spirits high. Chemistry was flowing and LA looked good on the floor. He is the party guy and celebration videos are the best proof of that. Smith knows how to celebrate and we love the life he brought to the post-game party.
Smith and a few other Lakers players will enter the open market this offseason. He won his second title and some say that he will put an end to his professional career. It was a good career and fans will remember Smith as a talented veteran.