Lebron James has a lot going on for him as he suffered from a knee injury that resulted in him being sidelined. While the Lakers superstar is trying his best to return to the field, it seems fans are not too happy with what he is doing in the meantime.

This all started after LeBron congratulated the Clippers in a tweet for beating his squad on Thursday. James watched his team claw back from a 17-point deficit but his first tweet following the 111-110 loss congratulated Clippers guard Reggie Jackson for his game-winner. Naturally, this angered his fans.

“Great Game,” James tweeted. “Mr. October with a big-time shot to end it. Salute.” Considering the Lakers situation at 25-28 and in the No. 9 spot in the Western Conference, James’ tweet didn’t exactly sit well with some of the team’s fans. Fans immediately took to Twitter to voice their opinion about the situation.

“How the hell you gonna congratulate the opposing player on a game winner when your team is four games below .500,” one tweet read. “Kobe would never do that s–t! Have some Laker pride!”

Another user wrote: “Wtf…Lebron giving props to the Clippers?! Ah hell nah, I’m going to bed, this world is upside down now.”

Previously, Charles Oakley has claimed that LeBron James does not consider the Lakers as a viable team. James leaving the Lakers is not that far out, considering how he has previously left Cleveland for Miami.

This is really the typical LeBron James move, and one he would likely use to solidify his legacy as well. You can check out some social media evidence below.

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Tags: LeBron James
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