LeBron James goes full savage mode on Knicks in latest post

Posted November 15, 2017

The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar posted a photo of himself standing on top of the Knicks logo on the floor at Madison Square Garden and declared himself the king of NY.

Four-time NBA Most Valuable Player James added 12 assists and nine rebounds for the visiting Cavs, who were down by two dozen points in the third quarter before storming back for the victory.

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Notables: Enes Kanter scored 20 points and hauled down 16 boards, Kristaps Porzingis posted 20, and Frank Ntilikina snatched six steals.

James had indirectly criticized Ntilkina earlier when he said the Knicks should have drafted another player. "PESPTF00810-topic.html" class="local_link" >Dennis Smith Jr. with the eighth overall pick in the National Basketball Association draft back in June.

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James and Ntilikina were at the center of some drama the past two days after James questioned the Knicks' draft decision. James did the same toward Kanter before Monday's game.

In the first quarter of Monday's game, Ntilikina went to retrieve the ball after a made basket when James ran into him. But when James' selfie-video placed Angelo in the frame next to him and he said, "I don't know this dude right here, he trippin, '" Angelo reacted with the push and his now-famous line.

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NY created breathing room two separate times in this contest. "King, Queen, Princess, whatever you are", Kanter said of James.