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Enes Kanter and LeBron James had a bit of a dustup the last time the New York Knicks and the Cleveland Cavaliers tangled back in November.
After the Cavaliers were mudstomped, 148-124, by the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder on national television Saturday afternoon at Quicken Loans Arena, the Knicks big man took another shot at James, even going as far as to include James’ signature, #StriveForGreatness tag, even adding a crown emoji for King James:
As far as the aforementioned “dustup,” here’s a look:
The Cavaliers and Knicks will not play again until the final two games of the regular season, April 9 at Madison Square Garden and April 11 at Quicken Loans Arena.