LeBron James loves parody video of his reaction to Harden joining Nets

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Erik García Gundersen
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There’s a new championship contender in the NBA with the formation of a Big 3 in Brooklyn, following Wednesday’s massive trade sending Houston’s superstar guard James Harden to the Nets, where he will join fellow former MVP Kevin Durant and star guard Kyrie Irving. According to our friends at BetMGM, the Nets now have the second-best odds to win the championship at +300, just behind the favored Lakers at +250. With everyone talking about a potential showdown in the Finals between both of these teams, there has been no shortage of content surrounding the move. One piece of that content, in the parody form, seemed to tickle LeBron James’ sense of humor.

YouTuber Mark Phillips, who often uses current events in the NBA as a jumping-off point for his content, released a new video of him impersonating LeBron as he finds out that the Nets have formed a Big 3 of Harden, Durant, and Irving. In particular, Phillips’ emphasis of “I’M 36” really resonated with the King.

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Phillips himself was surprised that James shared his video.

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Of course, James knows it’s all in good fun but in a season without fans, he may very well use the jokes as motivation to prove that even a Big 3 like the Nets can’t keep him from Ring No. 5.

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