The Rockets poked fun at LeBron's weird use of the 'Arthur's Fist' meme

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<a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="/nba/players/3704/" data-ylk="slk:LeBron James">LeBron James</a> figures to enter Thursday night’s game against the Rockets in a bit of a mood. (Screencap via @HoustonRockets)
LeBron James figures to enter Thursday night’s game against the Rockets in a bit of a mood. (Screencap via @HoustonRockets)

The Houston Rockets welcome the Cleveland Cavaliers to Texas on Thursday night for a nationally televised tilt between two teams with title aspirations. For the Cavs, it’s a chance to build some positive momentum and get back to .500. For the Rockets, it’s a chance to add another high-profile victory to their early-season resume, and stay even with the rolling Golden State Warriors in the race for Western Conference supremacy.

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The Rockets, as you might expect, are pretty amped up for the game … and they just couldn’t stop themselves from sharing their mood with the rest of us.


We’re sure LeBron James appreciates the Rockets’ timely and relevant hype video, as only a fellow Arthur-liking aficionado with a beautiful mind for social media can. We’ll also be watching intently for the first sign of James fist-pumping in anger/frustration/exaltation/all of the above tonight, because no meme story is complete until the snake (or aardvark, as it were) eats its own tail … and because, well, it wouldn’t be particularly surprising if the King enters Toyota Center in a bit of a mood.

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Dan Devine is an editor for Ball Don’t Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at devine@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter!

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