LeBron James Late last year, Ruffles and Ruffles entered into a multi-year partnership.they put out an ad NBA All-Star Weekend introduced a new flavor called Cheddar and Sour Cream that rivals the super-popular Flamin’ Hot variety.
Attractive ad display Los Angeles Lakers Superstars struggle between which flavor to enjoy. He ended up taking both chips.
James’ unapologetic critic Skip Bayless took advantage of the ruffled ad for another dig at the four-time champion:
“Hey LeGone: My answer to your question is, fiery or cheddar and sour cream? Neither. Put down the fries, wine, tequila. Next year your 20 has to stay better Status. You’ve been out of gas at the closing time. Please get off the couch and practice your free throws!”
After a disastrous season for the Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James has been living a good life, taking time out from the harshness of the NBA. In several of his social media posts, he was seen enjoying wine and his Los Lobos tequila.
The 18-time All-Star is also recovering from various injuries that have sidelined him for more than 25 games this season. After a long vacation in the Maldives, the four-time MVP has returned to the gym, trying to stay in shape.
As far as the “undisputed” co-host goes, James has looked poisoned on numerous occasions in the fourth quarter this season. Most of the time, he was asked to play the starting center, run the offense and lead the team in scoring. That’s a tall order for anyone, let alone a 37-year-old man with tons of miles.
healthy Anthony Davis A better supporting cast could help with that problem next season.
“Brown” is shooting 75.6 percent from the free throw line this season, his best in nine years. That being said, he missed a few key free throws and often refused to get the ball on his deathbed, seemingly to avoid them.
LeBron James vows never to miss playoffs again
Bayless shouldn’t be too concerned about “King James” being at his best next season. After missing the playoffs in two of the past four seasons, the GOAT candidate will get nothing.
LeBron James is so bold in proclaiming never to miss the playoffs again that he should be ready for the 2022-23 season with the Los Angeles Lakers.
The question of preparing for a rebound season shouldn’t point to the Lakers’ best player. His work ethic is extraordinary and indomitable. That question must be answered by James’ co-superstar Davis, who is looking out of shape entering the season.
If AD isn’t as healthy as he should be, LeBron James may have to burn himself again just to drag the Lakers into the playoffs.