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LeBron James Fires Familiar Three-Word Shade to Haters Following Latest Milestone
May 18, 2021
Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is really proud of his latest milestone. Well, accomplishments bring haters, and LeBron has the perfect message for them all. The four-time NBA champion is successful on and off the court and he makes the best headlines in the world of sports and business.
The regular season is officially over and NBA analysts go through stats, comparing NBA players and their achievement. LeBron is averaging 25 points for the 17th straight season and that’s not something you underestimate. That’s not all. Here’s the best part… No one has ever accomplished this feat. Michael Jordan, Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant… No one.
Unfortunately, some people won’t stop trashing the king. He has earned a group of haters who criticize everything he does on and off the court. Doubters follow each and every move the king makes and we really understand their jealousy. Sort of. They have called him washed-up, flopper, egoist… The list is never-ending. The worst of them all criticized LeBron’s physical appearance, including his hairline. He is not even bothered. LeBron is 36 and he is the best basketball player of all time. That’s the only thing that matters at the moment.
LeBron James is proud of his latest milestone
The kid from Akron knows how to dismiss his doubters. He doesn’t pay much attention to outside noise. On Monday, right after receiving his scoring feat, LeBron took to his Instagram stories to blast haters. He was pretty clear with this one.
The Lakers superstar used an image from his latest movie, Space Jam: A New Legacy, and delivered his warning.
“Haters gonna hate.”
Oh, we know this one. We have seen it before. That’s how you repel haters. That’s how you say, “Hey, I’m still here.”
Playoff LeBron is here and he is taking the Los Angeles Lakers to the playoffs. LA will have to play against the Golden State Warriors in the play-in tournament. Everyone is healthy and ready for the challenge. Dennis Schroder and the rest of the guys are really confident at this point.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.