- The Washington Times - Monday, May 22, 2017

We’ve all had to deal with a “Kenny.”

You know, the person who constantly gets on your nerves at the moment you’re dealing with something else. You’d rather be anywhere else than having to talk to that person.

For LeBron James, the Cavaliers superstar had that moment Sunday. 

Following Game 3 of the Cavaliers-Celtics series, James dealt with questions from the media regarding his poor performance. James had 11 points and six turnovers in the Cavaliers’ 111-108 loss to the Boston Celtics.

But for whatever reason, James felt the need to call out Cleveland radio host Kenny Roda, who asked James if it was the Celtics’ defense gave him any trouble. 

James answered with an I don’t know and then went after Roda. 

You only ask questions when we lose,” James said. “It’s a weird thing with you, Kenny. You always come around when we lose, I swear.”

Roda responded on Twitter.

James left the press conference making eye contact with Roda, too. 

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