LeBron James
One Day After LeBron James Questions His Teammates Commitment, Video Evidence Surfaces Of LeBron Making Music With 2 Chainz (Bill Streicher/USA TODAY Sports)

LeBron James was in the news again for throwing his teammates under the bus after the Lakers dropped below .500 in recent loss to the Pelicans. After losing to New Orleans 128-115, LeBron questioned the commitment of his teammates.

I didn’t write about it because I’ve beaten that dead horse enough times. I could have brought up the fact that Rajon Rondo beat LeBron in 2008 and win a title. I could have brought up JaVale McGee won beat LeBron twice in the finals to win 2 rings. I could have brought up the Mavericks in 2011 when Tyson Chandler played the perfect role as the rim protector to beat LeBron and win a title. In fact, LeBron’s teammates have more combined rings than he does and beat him to win those rings. Again, I could have brought up all of those things but I didn’t. Credit to me. We all know that LeBron is the worst teammate imaginable.

However, this next piece of evidence, I cannot let go. After LeBron questioned the commitment from his Laker teammates, video evidence surfaced of LeBron staying up late to make music 2 Chainz. The following day, LeBron missed the game against the Warriors because of ‘Load Management”

There isn’t a bigger hypocrite on the planet than LeBron James. Tells his team to stay off social media, the next day he goes on social media. It never ends. LeBron isn’t all in on the Lakers. He never has been. Again, another hypocritical move.

LeBron has done nothing but crush wine on the bench, play zero defense, and bitch about his teammates. That’s it. Nothing else. Now LeBron is more concerned about his music career than playing basketball. This is what happens when you make a deal with the devil. This is what the “Best player in the world” has been reduced to?” It’s only a matter of time before more people see LeBron for who he really is. It’s only a matter of time before people start jumping ship and admitting that Kevin Durant has always been better than him.