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NBA Player Spills Beans On LeBron James: “All he’s doing is own PR and everything he’s doing trying to stand up for things is not that he really feels about it”

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NBA player Enes Kanter is spilling the beans on star player Lebron James basically calling him a fraud in a series of social media posts and interviews. Kanter is trying to get the NBA to see it made a deal with the devil in China because all that cash has stifled free speech because no player, save Kanter, will criticize China.

Kanter said: “Money over Morals for the ‘King’ Sad & disgusting how these athletes pretend they care about social justice. They really do ‘shut up and dribble’ when Big Boss (China) says so. “Did you educate yourself about the slave labor that made your shoes or is that not part of your research?

“I had so many conversations with LeBron’s ex-teammates and even they are the one that told me that LeBron, all he’s doing is own PR and everything he’s doing trying to stand up for things is not that he really feels about it.”

He sat for an interview to discuss his feud with James. “First of all, even my assistant coach knows that story,” said Kanter. “When, first of all, he was behind me in the tunnel, and I stopped to take a picture with one of the kids, and I wasn’t the one right past him. 

“He was the one literally walked right by me and did not say anything.”

A CNN host asked: Why haven’t you gone up to LeBron and spoken to him face to face?

Kanter said: I wasn’t the one that right passed him. He was the one that literally walked right by me and did not say anything

LeBron said:

“I think if you know me, you know I don’t give too many people my energy. He’s definitely not someone I would give my energy to.

“He’s trying to use my name to create an opportunity for himself.

“As a man, if you’ve got an issue with somebody, you come up to him. 

“He had his opportunity tonight. 

“I seen him in the hallway and he walked right by me.”

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