The Cavaliers GM Had To Talk To LeBron About His Tweeting, And He's Officially Everyone's Teenage Brother
Yardbarker- During Thursday night’s Lakers-Cavs game, TNT reporter Ric Bucher shared the tidbit about Griffin talking with James.
“I’ve been told [James] immediately told his teammates what [his tweets were] about and that it wasn’t about them. GM David Griffin told me he has talked to LeBron about his social media use, but not in a way to suggest that he shouldn’t be doing it," Bucher reported.
“The sense with Griffin is that [the Cavs] are just a little bit bored at this point in the season and are waiting right now until it gets to when it really matters and they have something to prove … LeBron is basically entertaining himself with those tweets."
Someone...no...anyone, please, tell me the difference between these discussions...
"Hey, HEY! What did I tell you about picking on your little brother?!? I know you're going through rebellious phase and you think you run this household, but as much as we let you get away with you are NOT in charge. This roof over your head? That's I and your mother's roof, and you WILL respect our rules while you're under it. I know you're going through a tough time in your life. I know you think that your brother knows you're messing around, but he doesn't. You don't know your own strength sometimes. I know it's tough not being able to drive yet. I know you feel trapped in the house. That doesn't mean you get to disrespect everyone else in it! Now go to your room!"
"Hey, HEY! What did I tell you about subtweeting your teammates?!? I know you think you're the 'King' and you run this organization, but as much as we let you make every single important decision you are NOT in charge. This franchise around you? That's MY franchise. I know sometimes it feels like it, but you DON'T own it. I know the team is struggling and has pretty much nothing to play for until April. I know you think your teammates know you're definitely, definitely not talking about them in your overwhelmingly vague tweets, but they don't. You don't know the strength of of your owns 140 character blurbs sometimes. I know it's tough being in Cleveland. I know you feel trapped in this city. That doesn't mean you get to disrespect everyone else in it. Now go work out shirtless!"