LeBron James unfollowed the Cleveland Cavaliers on Twitter, Instagram

LeBron James unfollowed the Cleveland Cavaliers on Twitter, Instagram

LeBron James continued to troll the fans regarding his future with the Cleveland Cavaliers. James just unfollowed the Twitter and Instagram accounts of his own team on Monday.

Twitter user @kanyecobain posted the surprising news that gained the attention of many fans. Bleacher Report verified that “King James” really unfollowed the Cavaliers Twitter account. However, it is uncertain if he previously followed the team’s Instagram account or not.

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It happened just a couple of days after the four-time MVP expressed his concern about the Cavaliers’ road losing streak against his former team, the Miami Heat. Cleveland’s 122-101 loss on Saturday at the hands of the Heat is their 11th consecutive loss in South Beach.

“The way they’ve beat us here is a little concerning if we face them [in the playoffs]. I think we’ll be ready for it more. We didn’t play [up to our] potential. We didn’t play our game. We let them play their game, and they took it to us,” James said after the game via ESPN.

However, the Cavs looked ready for the playoffs for Monday’s game against the Denver Nuggets. LeBron James registered his 41st career regular-season triple-double.

He had 33 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in the 124-91 victory inside the Quicken Loans Arena. It was also the Cavaliers’ 50th win of the season and clinched the Central Division title for the second consecutive year.

After the game, head coach Tyronn Lue was asked by reporters regarding LeBron James and his feeling about the Cavaliers. “I haven’t had a chance to talk to him about it. I just know that, with him, he has to set the tone every night for us, offensively and defensively,” Lue responded as quoted by Cleveland.com.

It is also noted that James was absent during the media session before the Nuggets game. The two-time NBA champion usually doesn’t miss it unless he’s sick, at home or simply not playing the game.

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