Kevin Durant Praises LeBron In Twitter Debate With Rapper


Over the course of his illustrious 14-year career in the NBA, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James has racked up numerous prestigious accolades, including four MVP Awards, 11 First Team selections, and three championship titles - one of which ended a 52-year drought (2016).

Irving is reportedly seeking a trade from the Cavaliers, who lost to the Warriors in last season's NBA Finals.

Reports from James' camp came shortly after, saying the report is false. Even with a no-trade clause - that James has said he would not waive - there are still fans out there, including Lil Dicky, who believe that the Cavaliers should look into trading James and get something in return before he potentially leaves for nothing...for a second time. After losing the National Basketball Association championship and seeing Cavs chairman Dan Gilbert fire General Manager David Griffin, the 32-year-old is reported to be frustrated and can opt out of his contract next summer. "It's just two big stars that it's happening to". He also told Durant that he thought Gilbert would want to get "something back this time" after James left Cavs for Miami Heat in 2010. While the Cavs may still be the Eastern Conference favorites, their future is full of questions. Then it was the Irving trade request and earlier this week reports surfaced suggesting James is "100 per cent leaving" the Cavs following the 2017-18 campaign. That would never work for the reasons he mentioned. "He is Cleveland, he gets to hold the cards".

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"It's not the end of the world", Durant said.

Yeah, the Cavs DO have a knack for making out like bandits in the lottery, now don't they?