The definitive timeline of LeBron James’ glorious 24 hours in New York

The Cavaliers and Knicks were set for a normal November game at Madison Square Backyard on Monday night. But here is the NBA, LeBron James, and New York City we’re talking about. The day was anything but normal. Here is the extremely official and significant timeline of LeBron overtaking the city of NY rather than giving it back.

10:45 AM: LeBron clarifies that he is mad at Phil Jackson, not Frank Ntilikina. He likewise throws a jab at Enes Kanter.

LeBron James was clear on Monday morning for the reason that he was only trying to insult Phil Jackson when he made his comments about Dennis Smith Jr. and Frank Ntilikina on Saturday night time. He followed up by stating “It’s certainly a go at (Jackson).”

LeBron also had applying for grants Enes Kanter, who actually stood up for Frank Ntilikina after LeBron’s comments.

lebron’s a reaction to enes kanter may be the funniest thing i have ever seen – Whitney Medworth (@its_whitney) November 13, 2017

“And for Enes Kanter who generally got something to state … he says … I don’t know whats wrong with him.”

This will make a difference later in your day.

10:59 AM: LeBron shoots left-handed during shootaround

LeBron James functions on his lefty jumper at @Cavs shootaround in NYC! #AllForOne – NBA (@NBA) November 13, 2017

LeBron is actually left-handed but just shoots right-handed. I truly think he’s going right through a shooting side identity crisis. Anywway, here’s LeBron still leading to noise from NY before noon.

12:55PM – LeBron and the Cavs rode the Subway real estate from Madison Square Backyard and accidentally made a meme

Simply @KingJames & the @cavs making the Monday morning hours NY subway commute. NBD. – UNINTERRUPTED (@uninterrupted) November 13, 2017

LeBron posted a video tutorial of the Cavaliers riding the train back to the resort from shootaround but the man sitting down beside LeBron stole the express by being unsure of who LeBron was. Enter “Can You Not” Person who had no thought he was seated beside LeBron James and the entire Cavaliers staff on the train.

LeBron: “I don’t know who actually this dude is right here, he trippin'”

Random Man: “Can you not?”


@uninterrupted – SB Country NBA (@SBNationNBA) November 13, 2017

The MTA even tweeted about it.

7:10 PM: LeBron is boo’d by Madison Square Garden

The overall game hadn’t even started yet and LeBron gets the greatest city on the planet worked up.

8:08 PM: LeBron bumps into Frank Ntilikina and Enes Kanter gets involved

Kanter and James both got technicals for this one.

9:16 PM: The Knicks are up 23 details on the Cavaliers in the 3rd quarter

Stay tuned.

9:55 PM: LeBron hits a go-ahead step back three-pointer over Kristaps Porzingis to put the Cavs up 100-97

For the lead! #AllForOne – NBA (@NBA) November 14, 2017

LeBron, Channing Frye, Kyle Korver (five three’s in the fourth quarter!), and J.R. Smith struck a barrage of three-pointers to deliver the Cavs back and LeBron finished the work. He found period to stare down all of MSG too.

The Cavs outscored the Knicks 54-16 to get rid of the game.

10:05 PM Cavaliers beat the Knicks 104-101

Did I point out yet that the Knicks blew a 23-point business lead?

10:48 PM: LeBron responds to Enes Kanter’s comments, again

For whatever reason, Enes Kanter kept talking after the game. – SB Country (@SBNation) November 14, 2017

10:30 AM (THE VERY NEXT DAY!): LeBron acknowledges he is in fact the king of the New York.

You’re welcome.. of NY #myfavoriteplayground #striveforgreatness A post shared by LeBron James (@kingjames) on Nov 14, 2017 at 7:26am PST

The moral of the story here? The NBA is the foremost television show on this round Earth rather than make LeBron James mad.

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