Watch: Lakers Guard JR Smith Flipping Off Crowds In Viral Video

A video of Lakers guard JR Smith flipping off crowds has gone viral. The Los Angeles Lakers are officially NBA champions and it has been crazy to see. They have proven themselves over and over again. LeBron James and Anthony Davis have worked very well together in their first season on the Lakers. But this season was unlike anything else we have seen before. They had to postpone and restart the season in a bubble. 

LeBron James was outspoken about how hard this was to deal with. Take a look at what he said recently.

“I am here for one reason and one reason only, and that’s to compete for a championship,” James said. “That was my mindset once I entered the bubble, once I entered the quarantine process the first two days. And then right from my first practice my mindset was to, if I’m going to be here, make the most of it and see what you can do and lock in on what the main thing is. And the main thing was for us to finish the season and compete for a championship.

“So that’s just been my mindset throughout these — I don’t even know how many days it is, whatever how many days it is, it feels like five years so it really doesn’t matter. I’ve been as locked in as I’ve ever been in my career.”

But now some other news has come out. JR Smith was recently seen flipping off crowds of Trump supports in a viral video. He gave his 2 cents on the video recently.

Watch: Lakers Guard JR Smith Flipping Off Crowds In Viral Video

“How do you explain to this face what happen?” Smith wrote on a photo of his daughter. “You can be an educated woman in your field and not get the job because your [sic] a women or cause your [sic] black? Do you say ‘go try your best’ even though it won’t be good enough. How do I even feel confident sending her on play dates knowing the kids family voted for the racist, sexist person and I don’t know how they will treat her when she’s gone. How? Seriously How? I understand let go and let God! But damn!”

“Throughout my whole career, there’s only one teammate I don’t like,” Smith said. “He know that. Everybody else I’m cool with. Man, this dude Sam Dekker. This dude. He said some bulls–t on the bus one day, talking some Trump s–t. And I just wasn’t having it …

“The question he asked, it’s a thought pattern. You were taught that. It’s the hate you give. The privilege he has was taught to him, and he took heed of it and run with it even further than somebody … who was oblivious to what they have and the life they lived. Because some people just go through their life not necessarily knowing, but not aware and privy to someone else’s circumstances. He’s a person who’s just very aware of somebody else’s circumstances and want to keep them there, as opposed to try to help him elevate up. And I don’t respect anything about that.”