"Now it's hit home more for me because he's now using sports as the platform to try and divide us". "Can we sit up here and say I'm trying to make a difference?" I can keep going on this, guys, you know that. "No one individual can stop your dreams from being a reality". That is way more than the basketball star's previously most popular post that got a paltry 111,820 retweets ("I'm not MJ, I'm LJ").
"It wasn't a name call.it was like 'You bum!' Me and my friends call each other that all the time".
James said he has not spoken to Irving since his former teammate was traded to the Boston Celtics last month.
"I salute Colin Kaepernick for being as powerful as he was, and being the one that had to fall on the sword unfortunately, and I hate that". "I probably will reach out to him as well..."
James said he found this particularly amusing because Curry was the person who initially said that he didn't want to go to the White House because he was opposed to Trump's actions as president. Asked how adding Wade, a starter for his entire 14-year career, could affect his role, Cleveland's current shooting guard, J.R. Smith, responded, "I don't care, as long as we win".
The good kid from the Goodyear City, LeBron James, spoke on calling the president a bum, shared thoughts on his free agency and the #TakeAKnee phenomenon. If you read some of the recent literature, you'll realize there really is no such thing as whiteness, but we kind of made that up. "So that was amusing to me when I woke up and saw that".
Other coaches and players were asked about the protests on Monday.?
First of all, it's so amusing because it's like you invite me to your party, right? But I hope that we can bring him here. "He brings another championship pedigree, another playmaker to the team", James said. At a rally in Alabama on Friday, Trump sparked a firestorm on social media by suggesting NFL players who kneel during the national anthem should be fired by owners, and in doing so used salty language. But you're coming out and saying what people are and what they do, you're not being respectful, you're not being mindful. Why do we have to talk about that?' Well, because it's uncomfortable, and there has to be an uncomfortable element in the discourse for anything to change.