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Vex_id
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"Kang & Ky as relaxed as could be while sports pundits foam at mouf"


  

          

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQaShJHyMdw

This is why Lebron is in a different category from so many other great players. While pundits are plastered to their flat screens hoping for drama - dying for Bron to go fake-thug Kevin Garnett and mean mug Ky the Kid Legend after he misses that shot - Bron simply daps up Ky w/ their patented hand-shake as if they were still brothers - because well, they are.

"It's bigger than basketball" translated into "it's bigger than these lame owners and franchises" -- into a movement in the NBA where the players seize their labor/union rights and take their careers into their own hands.

Kang fathered the movement and is legitimately ok with Kyrie leaving if this is what he wants - and his gracious dap/embrace after last night's game is something that only he is capable of doing out of good-will and a mindset that values humanitarianism over a sport. All of the old world so called "Alphas" were simply incapable of this kind of gesture - and that is why they and you are mildly-to-seething upset.

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LeBron has definitely matured a lot since his first Cavs stint
Oct 18th 2017
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it was pretty cool seeing them all show love at the end of that game...
Oct 18th 2017
2
RE: Kang & Ky as relaxed as could be while sports pundits foam at mouf
Oct 18th 2017
3
Does he still dap him if that shot goes down? #Askingforafrienemy
Oct 18th 2017
4
lol
Oct 18th 2017
5
right lol
Oct 18th 2017
7
nah they go strap up for 5 more mins.
Oct 18th 2017
9
lebron i still petty as fuck for consistently referring to Kyrie as "the...
Oct 18th 2017
6
I still didn't like it....maybe it's just me
Oct 18th 2017
8
good observations. I actually think this topic runs deep w/ Bron
Oct 18th 2017
10
Good points here.
Oct 18th 2017
11
Wade had already been the best player on a champion though
Oct 19th 2017
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      Ky had already proved a lot - but I get it
Oct 19th 2017
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           Meh I think this year might be good for him still.
Oct 22nd 2017
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we hyperanalyzing the quality of an embrace now...
Oct 19th 2017
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      lol right...ky and frye held hands for .6 seconds longer.
Oct 19th 2017
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you falling for that?
Oct 18th 2017
12
yea they were both prob gritting their teeth/biting their tongue ..
Oct 19th 2017
13
I don't think it was forced or for the cameras at all.
Oct 19th 2017
14
Lotta deep analysis in this thread...
Oct 19th 2017
17
I saw a touch of one upmanship
Oct 19th 2017
20
Ky calmly interacts with fan:
Oct 21st 2017
21
damn, bruh this mad 2nd game in...off that heckle?
Oct 21st 2017
22
Suck my d— should be his response anytime somebody mentions Bron
Oct 22nd 2017
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Kang helps Ky up - because brotherhood is bigger than basketball
Feb 12th 2018
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lmao what a patronizing asshole
Feb 12th 2018
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lol@Rondo's facial expression
Feb 12th 2018
27
      lol just saw that. Salty as he was in '11
Feb 13th 2018
28
Young Ky the God and Kang reunite at all-star game
Feb 19th 2018
29
Lebron is the best sports ambassador, maybe ever.
Feb 19th 2018
30
      He has a wholly signature approach to the game/life/social issues
Feb 19th 2018
31
      biggest knock on MJ was how scared he was to speak on social issues
Feb 20th 2018
33
      everyone has to admit this was badass
Feb 19th 2018
32

theeraser
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1. "LeBron has definitely matured a lot since his first Cavs stint"
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2. "it was pretty cool seeing them all show love at the end of that game..."
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seemed genuine.

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3. "RE: Kang & Ky as relaxed as could be while sports pundits foam at mouf"
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God forbid anyone in sports should be hoping for drama.


Lord knows there is zero drama around who is going to be in the Finals.


I mean…this is still sports, it's still competition, it's still entertainment. I don't need LeBron and Kyrie to pretend to have beef if they don't, and actually am applaud them for not forcing a non-existent narrative, but drama is a big reason why people watch sports or seek entertainment at all.


Also…it's the first game of the season. Let's see how this all plays out…but whether you root for the laundry or the players, don't we all enjoy taking sides? Heroes and villains? Us vs them?

Maybe it's just me but a quick scan of OKS thread titles suggests otherwise.


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4. "Does he still dap him if that shot goes down? #Askingforafrienemy"
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5. "lol"
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-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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7. "right lol"
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9. "nah they go strap up for 5 more mins."
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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6. "lebron i still petty as fuck for consistently referring to Kyrie as "the..."
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in interviews.

Kryie did the specialized handshake thing with all of his old teammates and I thought it was gay af I want him to be at war with them dudes lol

"June 16th, 1971, Mama gave birth to a hell-raisin' heavenly son..."

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8. "I still didn't like it....maybe it's just me"
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All of that referring to him as "kid" in preseason seemed like a conscious effort to son him.

Granted, I'm sure the hug was genuine, but peep the body language.

They dap, bring it in for a hug, Bron pats his head...no issue with that, especially since Kyrie gives him the same gesture....equality, right?

Nah. I don't even know if Bron consciously does it. I'll fully admit that I may be reaching like a mug. But to me, when Bron reaches at him again as he's walking away to pat his head, it feels like some "I'm getting the last word" shit, you ARE my son type shit.

I felt that shit as soon as I saw it, and it was magnified when I saw all the other Cavs dap him, hug him, tap his head, it was on some even trade shit. Everybody but Bron.

OK, flame me now, idc

  

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10. "good observations. I actually think this topic runs deep w/ Bron"
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and I think you'd probably have to delve deep into Bron's consciousness and really understand the depth of his experiences as a fatherless child. In my eyes - his favorite thing in the world is fatherhood/brotherhood/family - not basketball. Basketball is what he was born to do - but family is where his true passion derives - so I think he did see himself as a father figure to kyrie in many ways - and some of that may be overly paternalistic as kyrie is a grown man and not in need of fathering (in fact - kyrie has a strong/loyal father in his life - something lebron never had) - but Bron seems to process basketball as a larger family he belongs to - which I think is wholly unique and under-regarded dynamic to his personality.

Still - there def was some gamesmanship when he referred to kyrie as "the kid" - but to be fair - he referred to him as "the kid" many times during their tenure in Cleveland. That said - I do agree that Kyrie got tired of playing lil' bro/son to Bron's Father - and I think Bron's body language at the end of last year was not helpful as he did show up teammates too often on the court (every recalls the TT episode). Bron's not a perfect leader - but at the end of the day - I think Kyrie will regret that he dipped out as soon as he did - because the positives and advantages to playing w/ Bron far outweigh the negatives - just ask D. Wade - who couldn't wait to get back into that PB&J sandwich.



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11. "Good points here."
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18. "Wade had already been the best player on a champion though"
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Kyrie wants to prove he's on that level

  

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19. "Ky had already proved a lot - but I get it"
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I don't blame him for wanting to be the man on a team - I just think he made his decision prematurely. He's what - 25? He should've waited another year or two and vied for another title playing alongside the second best player to ever play - and then at 26/27 get on his next journey if he wanted to.

I don't think this year will end up well for him but we'll see.

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23. "Meh I think this year might be good for him still. "
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He still needs time to adjust to his new role. One year later doesn't really change much in terms of his growth. He might have started to resent Bron more if he stayed around. I think he knew mentally that he had enough of that role. Its a good role nonetheless and I think he is still very appreciative of Bron, but sometimes people have to find their own greatness and that is what he did. Personally, I don't see him coming back.

  

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15. "we hyperanalyzing the quality of an embrace now..."
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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16. "lol right...ky and frye held hands for .6 seconds longer."
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-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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12. "you falling for that?"
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they put on a nice display for the camera but "seemed genuine?" not so sure. clearly some fuck you, fuck you, too action here. cannot wait for a playoff meeting.

And you will know MY JACKET IS GOLD when I lay my vengeance upon thee.

  

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13. "yea they were both prob gritting their teeth/biting their tongue .."
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...during that weird post game dap/head touch thing lol

unfortunate that the heyward injury took all the excitement over what would have been a better game

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14. "I don't think it was forced or for the cameras at all."
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it wasn't the warmest of daps - but it was genuinely respectful.

Think about this: Kyrie was traded to Cleveland's long-time rival within the same conference. To trade Kyrie to Boston meant Bron had to cosign the trade to *Boston* - a team Bron has the most history with as a rival than any other team in the league. To me this means that Bron was in full support of Kyrie's desire to control his destiny (just as Bron did) - even if it meant him going to his arch rival in the East. I think there is some beef simmering for sure in the vein of competitiveness - but I also think deep down both guys will always respect their 3 years together -- and when it's all said and done - that Cleveland run to a championship to overthrow GS in historic fashion will be the highest moment of their careers - and they shared it together. Their beef will subside and respect will predominate their relationship at the end of the day.

That said - I do think Kyrie will regret leaving so soon. He should have waited another year or two. There was no need for him to rush out like he did.


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17. "Lotta deep analysis in this thread..."
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yet not a single mention for what happened at the start of it?

Emotions running high going into the game that got punctuated by Hayward's unfortunate injury. That embrace between the two may mostly be relief that the game is over.

  

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20. "I saw a touch of one upmanship"
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They dap, they hug, Bron sons him with the pats on his head, Kyrie decides to pat Bron's head on some "Oh yeah, 2 can play this game! We're equals now!" and Bron sons him one last time like "Get outta here... I'm still your daddy".

I mean, Bron's 5 inches taller. Kyrie patting him on the head was awkward as hell.

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21. "Ky calmly interacts with fan:"
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https://sports.yahoo.com/kyrie-irving-tells-fan-apos-164442379.html

Kyrie Irving stole the offseason when he demanded a trade from the Cavs, essentially saying he wanted to step out of the shadow of LeBron James. So, naturally, fans are going to be on him all season long about it, and it apparently happened Friday night after Boston's win over the 76ers.

A Philadelphia account tweeted a video of a fan heckling Irving, asking, "Where's LeBron?" Irving responded by saying, "Suck my d—."

MORE: Kyrie Irving wants his own team, but No. 1 status comes with no excuses

While the video has been shared among NBA fans to laugh at Irving's response, the fact that it was captured will likely lead to the point guard cashing a check to the league. Isaiah Thomas was fined $25,000 in May for what the league described as, "directing inappropriate language toward a fan."

Irving's response surely falls in that category.

Patrick Beverley was also fined the same amount for an interaction with a fan last season as a member of the Rocekts.

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22. "damn, bruh this mad 2nd game in...off that heckle?"
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24. "Suck my d— should be his response anytime somebody mentions Bron"
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25. "Kang helps Ky up - because brotherhood is bigger than basketball"
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ax8It4Lc2o

Old World heads are furious as they re-pin their life-size poster of Bill Laimbeer in their basements.

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26. "lmao what a patronizing asshole"
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kind of endearing actually

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27. "lol@Rondo's facial expression "
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28. "lol just saw that. Salty as he was in '11"
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29. "Young Ky the God and Kang reunite at all-star game"
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--FJuK4RVJY

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30. "Lebron is the best sports ambassador, maybe ever. "
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In one year:

1) He lost to Steph and KD

- defended Steph vs. Trump (one of the great political
statements of our time, actually...dude shat directly
on Trump...not how Trump aint fire bac)

- AND Managed to get KD get political in a real way for the
first time

Imagine Jordan sticking up for anyone? LOL

2) Lost Kyrie, managed to not lose a step in any of their
friendship

It's unreal how Lebron manages to be such a good ambassador,
stick up for his fellow athletes, and still be the best


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31. "He has a wholly signature approach to the game/life/social issues"
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that is truly transcendent and inspiring. It was abundantly clear this weekend who the leader of the League is - and who is the most outspoken, exemplary figure in sports: It's LeBron. He does not shy away from the seminal social issues of our time - and he speaks honest; from the heart -- and despite what the fervent racists on the right have to say (re: 'shut up and dribble') - his intellectual faculties are immense and perhaps more importantly - his ability to connect to human beings and prioritize what's important in life: family, social cohesion, progress - and a mentality that says "some things in life are bigger than sports" is something so badly needed in American Pro Sports - and there's no better conduit to deliver that message that LeBron James.


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33. "biggest knock on MJ was how scared he was to speak on social issues"
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Bron is built for this.

shut up already, damn

  

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32. "everyone has to admit this was badass"
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>- defended Steph vs. Trump (one of the great political
>statements of our time, actually...dude shat directly
>on Trump...not how Trump aint fire bac)

I liked this even better actually:

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2719349-lebron-james-says-stephen-curry-deserves-400m-contract-questions-salary-cap

  

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