Baron Davis Rips Zlatan Ibrahimovic For Being A Knockoff Adam Sandler Character In Defense Of LeBron James

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So by now you’ve heard about international soccer superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic beating the Shut Up And Dribble drum in criticizing LeBron James for failing to be a basketball robot.

“LeBron is phenomenal at what he’s doing, but I don’t like when people have some kind of status, they go and do politics at the same time what they’re doing. do what you’re good at.”

And to think, just a couple years ago, Zlatan was welcoming LeBron to his city of Los Angeles, where he served as a self-appointed deity.

Zlatan grew up in Sweden—a country that has been voted the Best Country in the World by newest edition of the Good Country Index for its transcendent healthcare and education infrastructure—so he may not be aware of this very important fact:

Even politicians here aren’t good at politics.

How many times can Anthony Weiner show us his penis before we overrun the system? We’re currently at, like, 12.

In any event, former NBA superstar-turned-entrepreneur may have had the most scathing review of Zlatan’s assessment…

Zlatan of course joined the L.A. Galaxy for a cup of coffee in 2018 and two years later he was gone, with no hardward to show for it.


In this house, we respect a precisely-targeted zinger. B-Diddy +1.


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