LeBron James haters are very passionate about their informal job, as they're always looking for ways to play down the King's achievements and all the things he's done in his NBA career. James just won his fourth NBA championship with the Los Angeles Lakers, earning his fourth FMVP award (the first player to win the award with three different teams), but people always find something to dismiss all the good things he's done throughout his successful career.
In recent hours, fans shared a pic with a hand having James' four rings, explaining the reasons why LeBron won those championships. They wrote 'Kyrie' for the 2016 ring, 'Bubble' for the 2020 championship, 'Strike season' for the 2012 title and 'Ray Allen' for the 'ship he won in 2013 against the San Antonio Spurs.
Just like LeBron haters are passionate about hating him, his fans were quick to respond to this image, taking shots at Michael Jordan, bringing up MJ's record during his first year with the Bulls and how he struggled to get his team to the Finals.
The comparisons and debates to see who is better between Jordan and LeBron are hot right now. Fans aren't afraid to show their opinion and they would do a lot of research to prove their point. This is basketball, this is the kind of things fans can do to defend their favorite players.