For the past few days, LeBron James has been taking shots at Knicks players after he implied that the team should drafted Dennis Smith Jr. instead of Frank Nikitina.
The Knicks passed on a really good one, and Dallas got the diamond in the rough,” “He should be a Knick. That’s going to make some headlines, but he should be a Knick. Dallas is definitely, I know they’re excited that he didn’t go there.”
Well, during last night Cavs-Knicks game, LeBron got into it with New York point guard Frank Nikit which prompted Knicks center Enes Kantar to get in LeBron’s face.
Knicks got some bad blood with LeBron after he talked all weekendpic.twitter.com/znlZCXdN7h
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And in true Knicks fashion, they would blow a 23-point lead, as LeBron was masterful on the court in a comeback win in Madison Square Garden. Despite the Cavs victory, Kanter still had some words for LeBron after the game.
Enes Kanter to LeBron “He can call himself King, Queen, Princess, whatever, he’s not going to punk us…He’s going at a rookie how about he go at a grown man”…LeBron responds pic.twitter.com/BFJHZarY51
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“I’ll tell you one thing, this team is really special. And you ain’t coming to my house, playing that water bottle flip game again. I don’t care who you are, what you call yourself, King, Queen, Princess, whatever you are. You know what, we’re going to fight. Ain’t nobody out there gonna punk us. So we’re just gonna go out there, play our game, and we’re just gonna get better and better every day.”
This morning, LeBron fired a shot at the Knicks and their fans by posting an Instagram pic of himself standing over the Knicks logo where he declares himself “The King of New York”.