Published: Fri, November 10, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

LeBron James Posts Angry 'Arthur' Meme After Kyrie Irving, Celtics Beat Hawks

LeBron James Posts Angry 'Arthur' Meme After Kyrie Irving, Celtics Beat Hawks

The Warriors won in 2015 and 2017, while the Cavs won in 2016.

In a series of tweets posted two and a half hours after the initial Instagram, Green said that "FYI people should really stop making assumptions".

Not only did LeBron double down on his "Mood" post, but he also liked Draymond Green's similarly captioned photo and gave the Warriors' forward a follow for his cleverness.

His reasoning, "I like Arthur", James said, per ESPN when asked to explain the post. It left many wondering what message James had meant to send: Was he conveying how he felt about the Cavaliers' 4-6 start?

The most logical conclusion is that James was watching Irving drop 35 points in a 110-107 win over the Atlanta Hawks, who beat the Cavs 117-115 on Sunday night.

What was James' message when he attached the caption "mood" to a picture of Arthur, the cartoon aardvark's, clenched fist? "The caption read, "Mood Forever" with a crown emoji and "#StriveForGreatness".

And then that's when we got Green's Twitter explanation.

Of course, Green shouldn't be surprised that people are trying to contrive conflict between him and James.

Of course, Wright opened his argument by explaining what exactly he meant by "better", as he has long received feedback from frustrated fans comparing Jordan's six rings to James' three National Basketball Association championships. "I can't just go anywhere".

"I need Kardashian prices", Young said with a chuckle.

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