LeBron James and Anthony Davis are the league's best duo right now. Their dominance, chemistry, and leadership have the Lakers sitting just three wins away from the Championship and there's nothing anyone can do about it.
Simply put, the duo of James and Davis has been a match made in heaven and it has worked better than even the organization could have imagined.
So when LBJ's former teammate Kyrie Irving threw a not-so-subtle shot in his direction, James used his current dynamic with AD to respond.
In case you missed it, Irving stated that Kevin Durant is the only player he has ever trusted to take late-game shots, a clear jab at LeBron James, whom he played with for three years.
While their partnership was definitely seen as a success at the time, it disintegrated pretty fast after their 2017 Finals loss.
There seems to be something stronger about the dynamic between the two Lakers stars. Throughout the season, they have detailed their respect and love for each other, and it has translated into a rather seamless dance on the basketball court.
It's all love, no animosity, and no jealousy. The same can not be said for the duo that used to be in Cleveland.