Jerry West slights Lakers over LeBron signing

Jerry West slights Lakers over LeBron signing

He also said that he created a Kobe mural a few years ago, but "people were very quick to forget that one". According to Variety, James and screenwriter Steve Mallory (The Boss), along with James' production banner SpringHill Entertainment, have sold a comedy pitch to Paramount Players, with James potentially starring.

Security cameras caught vandals graffitiing the phrases "We don't want you", "LeFraud", "No King", and "3-6" (a jab at James' career NBA Finals record) over the mural.

Undeterred, Never painted over the vandalism and tried to modify his message by removing the "of" from "the King of LA", making it less a declaration of James's status in his new digs and more a nod to his nickname.

"I can't see anyone getting mad about the whole team", Never said of his next Lakers mural. 'At first when we had the original piece, there was a ton of positivity, but also a ton of like pro-Kobe, anti-LeBron sentiment.

One person even offered fans $300 to alter the mural. "Some guy did it and posted video of him doing it and responded to the guy and said 'Pay me". He did a mural of Lonzo Ball for the network previous year. '[Kyle] Kuzma, LeBron, Lance Stephenson blowing on LeBron'. On the court, these Lakers are a young and entertaining product. Upon returning to Cleveland, James went to four more consecutive finals' and led the Cavs to one of the most memorable championships of all time, coming back from a 3-1 deficient to beat the National Basketball Association juggernaut Golden State Warriors in 2016. "And I didn't realize that a mural would be [almost] as talked about as much as the Lakers would be".

"This is sad and disrespectful".



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