LeBron James Respond To The Haters Trolling Him After NBA Finals Loss

| June 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

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The internet has had a crazy time trolling LeBron James for being the best player in the NBA but not winning the NBA title as everybody expected.

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In LeBron James’ defense the Cavs were only 2 games away from being world champs in only his first year back in Cleveland, with a rookie coach, and two of the teams all-stars out with serious injuries. Even for the greatest player in the NBA that would be a nearly immpossible feat.

If it weren’t for the anointed play of Steph Curry,(Who Chris Rock called the greatest light-skin brother to ever play the game), no doubt the Cavs would have been champs. LeBron said it best when asked the question immediately after the game: WHAT HAPPEN? Five words encapsulated what happened to James and the Cavaliers: “We ran out of talent.”

As for his response to the relentless trolling after the NBA Finals loss James responds like he always responds:

Zero dark thirty-23 activated #StriveForGreatness

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April 18th 2015 LeBron went into “Zero Dark Thirty-23” mode which means you won’t get a response.

After losing to the Mavericks in the 2011 NBA Finals, LeBron James sat in his house for two weeks. No contact with anyone, no social media, no phone, no nonsense. He sat around and thought about everything.

Fast forward to the 2012 NBA Playoffs, where LeBron initiated his first-ever Zero Dark Thirty-23′ mode, where he avoids his phone, Twitter, Instagram, and all that other nonsense.

Two months later, James is an NBA Champion after defeating the Thunder in five games. James did the same against the Spurs in 2013 and came out an NBA Champion again.

Now in Cleveland, James has activated his lock-in mode where he avoids social media and the rest of the outside noise. #Striveforgreatness

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