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LeBron James Trolls Kyle Kuzma After Ohio State Buckeyes Beat Utah Utes In The Rose Bowl: "Just Wanna Know If You're Sending My Money In Cash Or Wire?

LeBron James Trolls Kyle Kuzma After Ohio State Buckeyes Beat Utah Utes In The Rose Bowl: "Just Wanna Know If You're Sending My Money In Cash Or Wire?

LeBron James and Kyle Kuzma went at it on Twitter on Saturday night. Bron's college team Ohio State faced Kuzma's alma mater Utah in another edition of the famous Rose Bowl. 

The iconic game had a terrific duel between these teams, who left everything on the pitch to get the win. OSU ultimately won the game in a wild ending, sending everyone into a frenzy. There was no clear winner until the last seconds, but Kuzma thought his team had a big chance when they took the early lead of the game. 

The 2020 NBA champion sent a message to LeBron on Twitter, letting him know the Utes were winning. In the end, Ohio State won a thriller, 48-45, thanks to a 19-yard field goal with 10 seconds on the clock. 

After the match, LeBron James sent his response to Kuzma, asking how the young forward will send the money to The King. 

"Just wanna know if you sending my money in cash or wire??? I mean I like COLD HARD. #GoBuckeyes," LeBron tweeted after the game was over. 

Kuzma took two big L's on Saturday night, and they came similarly. The Washington Wizards lost a painful game against the Chicago Bulls after DeMar DeRozan sank a buzzer-beater 3-pointer to give his squad the win, becoming the first player to hit buzzer-beaters in back-to-back days. 

After that, the Utes couldn't hold the Buckeyes and gave Kuz the second loss of the night. If we add LeBron's comeback, that would make three L's, so it was a rough Saturday for the former Los Angeles Lakers player. 

LeBron, on the other side, keeps putting incredible performances, having terrific momentum right now, trying to carry the Lakers to the top 6 of the Western Conference standings. Right now, they rank 7th in the West, one game below .500. Still, if James wasn't available, they would be a lot worse. 

At age 37, The King keeps going at it both on and off the court, demonstrating he's not slowing down anytime soon.