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Sport LeBron claps back at Jazz announcers who criticized him

01:50  06 december  2019
01:50  06 december  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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LeBron James has heard it from all corners of the Internet for the way he’s celebrated when his son Bronny dunked in an AAU game to seal a championship for his team (although thank goodness there were athletes and other big names who defended him).

Utah Jazz announcers were not in a great mood as their team was absolutely destroyed by LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday, 121-96.

LeBron James standing in front of a crowd© Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

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Both James and Anthony Davis put up highlight-reel plays in the Lakers’ win. For his part, James was on the bench celebrating during the latter stages of the game. That included him gifting shoes to a couple young Lakers fans in Salt Lake City.

This apparently didn’t sit well with those calling the game for Utah.

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Never afraid to respond to criticism, James clapped back against said announcers on Instagram Thursday morning.

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“Imagine doing your job at the highest level to where you’re not needed anymore, giving your shoes to a lil girl and boy who you inspire and hoped you made proud that night, then cheering on your teammates cause you love seeing them succeed more than yourself only to be criticized while doing it,” James wrote. “People it’s the world we live in and you can’t let it ever stop you from your purpose in life. Negativity, bad energy, hate, envy, etc etc will try to bring you down throughout your journey and it’s up to you on how you handle it.”

James has been under a microscope since being considered the next all-time great during his high school days. There’s a lot of reasons that he can be criticized. Opining on pretty much every world event is one.

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The Utah Jazz announcers were fed up with LeBron James's antics courtside at Wednesday night's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. The interaction was captured by cameras that followed the excited children up the stairs as they gave high-fives on their way back to their families.

LeBron James, who had already exited a blowout win and had given his shoes to kids in the stands, defended his celebration of Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James took to social media on Thursday to shrug off criticism made by Utah Jazz television announcers and defend his actions for

However, the criticism he received for making two young fans’ days is about as dumb as it gets. Don’t take your frustration out on James because his Lakers are the best team in the NBA and your team can’t keep pace with them.

LeBron was 100% correct to respond accordingly. The faux outrage displayed Wednesday night in Utah was absurd.

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