In the latest episode of the Road Trippin’ podcast, Channing Frye narrated an incident of total dominance revolving around LeBron James.
Frye was a teammate of Bron’s from 2016 to 2018. He was a member of the Cavs team that staged the comeback from 3-1 down against the 73-9 Warriors. The Cavs’ 2016 championship is often thought of as the greatest Finals series of all time.
Drafted after 4 years with U of A, Frye retired from the NBA after 14 seasons in the league. The former #8 overall pick was one of the best ‘stretch’ forwards or tweeners in the league at his prime. Frye was lethal from range for much of his career, including a season when he shot over 40% from the 3-point line.
Channing Frye narrates an incident of how trash talking LeBron James backfired for his team
Frye’s best years on a personal level were with the Phoenix Suns, who he made the Conference Finals with in 2009-10. That was to be his last postseason appearance in Arizona, however. The big man was a member of the Phoenix Suns team that failed to make the playoffs in 2014 despite racking up 48 wins.
Hosting Kevin Love on the latest episode of Road Trippin’, Frye was almost waxing lyrical about LeBron. He narrated the incident of how his Suns team might have missed the playoffs courtesy one LeBron James:
“I was in Phoenix and Bron in Miami. He was having a semi-quiet game. Someone on our bench yelled at Bron – ‘Oh we livin’ 0 and the whole bench goes shut the hell up. Bron goes ‘ok I see u’. He then turned the burners on and was barbecuing PJ tucker.”
All too familiar for K Love 🤣 BIG shoutout to Phil Handy @94feetofgame for sending us that hilarious video. Nothing like some good ole 🗑 talk between former 🏀 teammates.
— Road Trippin’ Show🎧 (@RoadTrippinPod) February 3, 2021