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‘Not a GOAT move’ Kareem Abdul Jabbar condemns LeBron James for ‘childish’ dance »FirstSportz

Kareen Abdul Jabbar on LeBron James
Kareen Abdul Jabbar on LeBron James

There’s no way about LeBron James wearing his heart in his sleeve while on the pitch, dedicating it to season after season. In the process, he sometimes makes some of his celebrations known after performing miracle plays, which certainly wasn’t intentional by the legendary Kareem Abdul Jabbar. For those unaware, this refers to LeBron James’ dance ‘Big Balls’, for which he was fined $15,000.

This celebration of LeBron James comes as the Los Angeles Lakers lock horns against the Indiana Pacers, like NBA officials are not like Kareem Abdul Jabbar. Furthermore, The Lakers icon, who started his own Substack news feature, called LeBron for his ‘stupid, childish dance’.

Kareen Abdul Jabbar on LeBron James

“Last week LeBron was fined $15,000 for doing the ‘Big Balls’ dance after the game Lakers victory.. For me, victory is enough. Why do you need to do a stupid, childish and disrespectful dance to another team on the field. It has no meaning. Goats don’t jump”.

While the comments about the GOATs not jumping seem to be joking, when Kareem Abdul Jabbar showed pictures of actual goats, his objections to the move from LeBron James seemed very real.

LeBron James and Kareem Abdul Jabbar
LeBron James and Kareem Abdul Jabbar

Hits are sure to continue to hit the Lakers star over the past few weeks, as he’s also dealt with kerfuffle Isaiah Stewart as well as a call out of Enes Kanter at the end of the year. It is reassuring to say that the King is certainly not off to the best start on the field as there have been numerous convictions by an active or former player.

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