LeBron James caused Los Angeles Lakers fans to panic after his April Fools’ Day tweet.
after sabotage crowded placeLeBron James bolstered his Razzie-winning performance as a fictional version of himself by sending Los Angeles Lakers fans everywhere into utter panic.
It might have been April Fools’ Day, but no one is laughing. How could they be? Lakers 31-45 with six games remaining in the regular season. They are playing the game with the San Antonio Spurs, the Sacramento Kings, and the Portland Trail Blazers for a spot in the championship. He may have been joking that he was out for the year, but the Lakers should still play the New Orleans Pelicans.
The Pelicans are the same franchise that tore Lakers Anthony Davis and his apparel away from them. Even without Zion Williamson, the Pelicans are better than the Lakers in two games on the first day of April. Who is laughing now?
LeBron James is trying to turn LA Lakers fans everywhere into April Fools
As much as it may hurt LeBron fans everywhere, the party is over. He’s never been younger and this team stinks. Not to say that their performance is directly related to changing the name of the house that Kobe Bryant built, but at least we all know what the main weapon is. All the while, the Lakers are as directionless as they are dysfunctional and totally decadent. Those of those.
Although James may want to stick around with his namesake son, look for the Phoenix Suns to double the Lakers’ win total by then. If he’s totally serious about his achievement of the year and one step closer to retirement, the Lakers may have the chance to make a competitive team again one day. At the moment, it is still the LeBron James show.
For those who haven’t seen it, it’s nothing like it Truman Show. The star realizes what’s going on by regularly breaking the character and the impenetrable fourth wall. As we drink merlots from our bejeweled glasses on our barbershop throne, we’ll never forget the sanctity of Michael Jordan’s inappropriately desecrated cinematic masterpiece for the rest of the time.
It would be very fitting for James to drop out of the tournament the year he won the Razzie Award.