LeBron James Has Finally Been Caught Up In The Whirlwind

LeBron James has always been a terrible, dislikeable person in my opinion.
And I’m not referring to his game-playing antics, in which he constantly whines and sobs and pretends to be “hurt.”

I’m referring to his off-court persona…

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His tyrannical “King James” rule.

It’s a pain.

LeBron James appears to be a miserable, joyless, low-information individual with a 200-pound chip on his shoulder. He appears to be more interested in being a political and social activist – something he isn’t even good at – than in doing his job of dribbling a ball down a court and shooting baskets – and the American people have been screaming for eons that we don’t want politics and social justice mixed into our sports.

Arrogant, narcissistic jerks like LeBron, on the other hand, don’t give a damn what the fans (who pay his salary) think or desire.


His ego has grown far too large to be concerned with petty “fans” and the like.

So, when the NBA ratings plummeted, LeBron couldn’t possible believe it was because of his political and social involvement – no way – it had to be something else, like “COVID.”

But now everything has caught up with him.

Now, LeBron has been dealt the most devastating blow of his career…

According to a new study, LeBron James is the most despised player in the NBA.

And not by a small margin… It’s by a significant margin.

According to Breitbart, a new social media study indicates that LeBron James is the NBA’s most loathed player by a substantial margin.

The study analyzed negative comments of NBA players on Twitter, according to a social media use survey conducted by Sports Insider using trends software with direct access to geotagged Twitter data.

For many players, the study tracked unfavorable tweets such as “I detest LeBron” or “LeBron sucks” and similar bad comments.

The information was then categorized by location and compared to which players received the most nasty tweets across a state map. James won despite the fact that he was up against 24 states. Kyrie Irving, on the other hand, came in second, with 18 states hating him the most.

James Harden, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Paul George are among the players who have received critical feedback.



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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