“It’s all fun and games until the bunny got the gun” – only LeBron James knows what he meant when he tweeted this today.
LeBron James has been ruled out of their contest with the Blazers today. This is potentially a make-or-break contest. The winners of this game will secure a 1-game lead over the loser in the race to avoid the play-ins.
The Western Conference is a Murderer’s Row for the umpteenth time this time around. Utah Jazz and Phoenix Suns are leading the standings with 47 wins each, and it’s yet to be confirmed who’ll take top seed.
Perhaps LeBron is trying his best not to focus his thoughts on such prospects during his time off with injury. His tweet seems to convey that he’s at ease and not thinking of basketball at the moment.
NBA Fans react to the cryptic LeBron James tweet
James made an obscure tweet with no clear context today, and NBA Twitter is in a fix. It doesn’t know what to make of this new information currently in its possession. Anyway, here’s the tweet in question.
It’s all fun and games until the 🐰 got the gun! 😡😤😡😤👑
— LeBron James (@KingJames) May 7, 2021
People jumped straight to thoughts about the upcoming Space Jam sequel featuring LeBron.
??? What tf going on in space jam 2 pic.twitter.com/ZI4mIWYeWu
— 🌑 (@sadvibes17_) May 7, 2021
The 🐰: pic.twitter.com/A800Pa6wZQ
— Whistle (@WhistleSports) May 7, 2021
Space Jam 2: Shoot Your Shot pic.twitter.com/KHCWFOBwOK
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) May 7, 2021
— ANGEL (@Paper_Chasin209) May 7, 2021
Space Jam 2 just got real dark.
— Kris Pangilinan (@KrisReports) May 7, 2021
The usual ‘LeMickey’ and ‘LeFraud’ trolls were also out in full force, as usual. There were a couple of clever memes from that segment of Twitter as well.
— Chip Tater (@ChipTater) May 7, 2021
Me making the mistake of clicking this comment section pic.twitter.com/Tr1sOSWT04
— King of Sorrow (@kingofsorrow_x) May 7, 2021
COME BACK !!! pic.twitter.com/b0YUrk9UNj
— jyrie (@jamesaguilarjr) May 7, 2021
I don’t know what this means but it gets the people going
— . (@CountOnVic) May 7, 2021
He’s saying the nets are a poverty franchise and they’ll get knocked in the first round
— 🏜 (@albeit70428035) May 7, 2021
It’s been a whole 3 hours since this tweet, and LeBron seems content to let the Twitterverse spend its time speculating the meaning of his words. All the better for him, I guess?