LeBron James Unfollows Three NBA Stars On Social Media

Photo: Instagram/LeBron James 

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James made a surprising move ahead of the 2024 NBA offseason by unfollowing three notable NBA figures on social media platform X.

James, a 20-time All-NBA player, has unfollowed former All-Stars Blake Griffin, Ben Simmons, and his ex-teammate Kendrick Perkins. Blake Griffin, a six-time All-Star, is now retired. Ben Simmons, a three-time All-Star, has struggled with injuries and performance issues in recent years.

Kendrick Perkins, who played with James on the Cleveland Cavaliers and now works as an analyst for ESPN, recently criticized James. Perkins commented on James expressing how much he missed playing with star point guard Kyrie Irving.

Photo: Instagram/LeBron James

While James' decision to unfollow Perkins might be seen as a reaction to the criticism, the reasons for unfollowing Griffin and Simmons remain unclear. Some speculate that James might be refining his social media connections, focusing on those still actively impacting the league.

Aside from his social media activities, James faces a significant decision this summer regarding his $51.4 million team option with the Lakers for the 2024-25 season.

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Source: Sports Illustrated 

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