Earlier in November, the Washington Wizards defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in comeback fashion. In that game, forward Kyle Kuzma knocked down two key threes in the final minute to help the Wizards come away with a 97-94 win.
"There was some hecklers during the game talking to me ... They had a sign that said 'LeBron won Kuzma his ring.' I said 'without LeBron, Cleveland wouldn't be sh--.' They choose violence, I just kept going. They were talking too much. Unnecessary."
Well, the feud clearly isn't over.
News 5 Cleveland placed an interesting graphic under Kuzma when he was speaking to the media after the game. The graphic said "won an NBA championship thanks to LeBron James."
On Monday, Kuzma saw it and responded to the savage graphic by tweeting "City of Cleveland we have something in common. Nice to meet you."
It's not exactly like Kuzma doesn't have a point. The Cavaliers' 2016 NBA title is the only major championship that the city has ever seen -- and James did carry that team to the title.