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Stephen A. Smith Calls Out LeBron James Over Social Media Activity: “What Did LeBron Tweet Last Year? ‘Keep The Same Energy’… His Tweets Don’t Work. LeBron’s Tweets Don’t Work.”

LeBron James has always been active on social media, constantly sharing his opinion on NBA-related matters or different topics. The Los Angeles Lakers superstar has become a strong force in these spaces, becoming a polarizing figure thanks to his takes. 

In recent days, he has been teasing a return to the top from the Los Angeles Lakers. Besides posting messages on Instagram showing his excitement for another season, the King has tried to hype up his teammates after a tumultuous 2021/22 campaign. Anthony Davis has received a lot of criticism in the past two seasons, and LeBron has had enough of that. 

The 4-time NBA champion also took to Instagram to show his love and appreciation for Davis while warning the rest of the league about AD’s comeback

“Get It Twisted if you want too! In due time he’ll remind you once again why he’s HIM!!! And I can’t wait for it to be unleashed,” James wrote on a post with a video of Davis’ highlights. 

This is inspiring for the rest of the squad, but not everybody appreciates these antics. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith doesn’t think that LeBron’s messages on social media can be productive and called him out during a recent edition of First Take. 

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