Come at the king, you best not miss. During Monday night’s Bulls-Cavs game on Bulls fan tried to get under LeBron’s skin by asking him if yelling “ever going to stop crying” over and over again at the Cavs superster. LeBron got fed up with the dude and delivered a hilarious burn to shut him up.
“I hope that ain’t your girl next to you because she’s filming me. Bum.”
Unfortunately for the Bulls fan, LeBron led the Cavs to their 13th straight win by hitting a clutch three-pointer on a play called “Chicago”.
His dagger 3 on Wednesday came on the same playcall that freed James up for a game-winning 21-foot corner jumper in Game 4 of the 2015 Eastern Conference semifinals against the Chicago Bulls to knot the series 2-2.
That play, which James revealed came to be after he “scratched” the original plan that former Cavs coach David Blatt had drawn up with 1.5 seconds left that would have had James passing the ball in from underneath the hoop rather than shooting it, has since been dubbed “Chicago” by the Cavs’ coaching staff.
Coming out of a timeout with 20.6 seconds left in the fourth quarter and clinging to a two-point lead against the Kings, James asked for “Chicago” again.
“Was going to run a different play, and then Bron said, ‘I want Chicago.’ So I said, ‘OK,'” said Cavs coach Tyronn Lue. “We got it to him and he made a big shot. That was a huge play for us to put us up five.”
Go home and take that L heckling Bulls fans.