Twitter hilariously reacts to LeBron's comments about Shaq and Jesus.
LeBron James made an appearance on the "Road Trippin'" podcast hosted by Richard Jefferson, Channing Frye and Allie Clifton for their season finale which included some talk about Draymond Green, as well as LeBron's new hairstyle and his defense in the post.
Regarding the latter, LeBron told his teammates that there are only two people who could get buckets against him in the post.
LeBron: “There’s only three people in this world that can score on me in the post: Shaquille O’Neal in his prime—who else was it? Oh, it’s two. And Jesus Christ.”
Frye: “What about the Dalai Lama?”
LeBron: “Nah. Only Jesus Christ and Shaquille O’Neal in they prime.”
LeBron's tongue in cheek response has been making the rounds today and, naturally, twitter had some hilarious takes regarding his comments, particularly the part about D-ing up Jesus on the block.
Check out the "Road Trippin'" podcast here, and peep some of the responses to LeBron's remarks about his defense below.
Go Fishing Homey pic.twitter.com/GvUeLLhv5I— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) June 16, 2017
Nah I'm crying cus Lebron said Shaq and Jesus but it's like 50 players that'll cook his in the post and Jesus was 5'6— FMVP Slim Reap (@StrangeKeith) June 16, 2017
Lebron said only Jesus and Shaq can score on him in the post but I distinctly remember Terrence Jones slow roasting him for 32 this season— 6lack Star (@Jaywop6) June 16, 2017
I think Lebron didn't just lose his hair but he also lost his mind cause Durant can score in the post on him ALL DAY! pic.twitter.com/BjrO50xAC6— Mister Morris (@mistermorris55) June 16, 2017
If Shaq played with LeBron in his prime pic.twitter.com/46WS5O3i32— rallo 🕊 (@ViewsFromDurant) June 13, 2017
Jesus would get pinned IMO https://t.co/V7qdXaJX3t— Vann R. Newkirk II (@fivefifths) June 16, 2017
Jesus was like 5'8 https://t.co/RQELl7v1XF— Trill Withers (@TylerIAm) June 16, 2017
Walk on water though. All those sweat puddles means he ain't slipping— BarstoolReags (@BarstoolReags) June 16, 2017
The last post Jesus faced literally bodied him. I'll take Bron. pic.twitter.com/ucP9OkEJHc— veloursuitpapi. (@doylenoir) June 16, 2017
If Jesus ever came back, everyone would try to go viral off him. He'd get caught slipping in Walmart and get crossed up by a 14 year old— Larry Beyince (@DragonflyJonez) June 16, 2017
Bron putting Jesus in the pick and roll all day— Trill Withers (@TylerIAm) June 16, 2017
Jesus after he sees Bron's "CHOSEN ONE" tat on the first day of training camp pic.twitter.com/OLq6vTPrAr— sreekar (@sreekyshooter) June 16, 2017
"Ayo Jesus you got Kyrie" pic.twitter.com/2JmDaTBPYK— Lucas Rosado (@LRosado6) June 16, 2017
*Jesus' teammate forgets to call out the screen*— Jordan James (@JordanGame6) June 16, 2017
"Well, I haven't been hung out to dry like this since..." https://t.co/yyLUvr8zg9
The thought of Jesus blocking Bron's shot into the stands than saying "forgive him father he know not who he's up against" got me dead— 🏅Wally Bando🇳🇬 (@israelizreal) June 16, 2017
"Jesus brings it up court...Peter with the screen, he steps back over bron....BANG!!" pic.twitter.com/XHoCi2mQCx— BigFolks from 79th (@FlowsAndolini) June 16, 2017
Jesus nails a long 3 ball and Mark Jackson's in the booth like "mama there goes that son of man"— Rikky! Rikki! Rikkè! (@rwxoxo) June 16, 2017
"Father, I fed them with fish and loaves of bread! Why do they refuse to feed me in the post?" pic.twitter.com/rGgHEbHvgj— Young Person (@EricTrillman_) June 16, 2017