LeBron takes the night off… to coach? | Red's Army - The Voice of Boston Celtics Fans
Red's Army

LeBron takes the night off… to coach?

Get a load of this a-hole, overtly showing up coach Tyronn Lue. It’s one thing for a superstar to advise his teammates on the bench, but it’s another to stand up and patrol the sidelines.

I’m not sure how long LeBron played coach last night, but even if he did so for just a few minutes, it’s still ridiculous. Really hoping Lue told him to sit his ass down.

Oh, and the Cavs lost to Houston.

(h/t Deadspin)

Like this Article? Share it!

  • Curt Hays

    If a guy was to be player-coach, that’d be something. If a guy was player-coach AND won a championship, he’d basically be the best player of all time, right?

    • Bayern

      there is a word in english for player coach with a ring – Bill Russell

      • Curt Hays

        No, that’s not what that word means. That word means player-coach with more rings than he can wear. 🙂

    • RedsLoveChild

      `Scuse me, why the singular in “championship”?

      Player-coach Bill Russell won TWO championships {`68, `69}.

  • KGino

    how do they even allow him to get that far up off the bench, he’s almost at half court. If i was a ref I’d tell him to go sit down before I.T. his ass up

    • AP

      its not easy to just sit and watch when you have such high basketball IQ.

      • KGino

        Sounds like something bron would say

      • Cleangreen

        The greatest mind this world has seen…

  • KGino

    While we’re at it (making fun of our enemies), how about that lakers locker room? Sweet surprise 2nd pick in the draft last year, really paying dividends for them 😀

  • Cleangreen

    It must be painful to be that guys teammate.

  • CelticsNextGeneration

    Seriously that’s embarrassing. I feel bad for Tyronn Lue, he’s looking back like “sit the f#ck down” but is afraid to say it because he knows Lebron will have him fired. That’s fine, come back and be an assistant for us if we lose Jay Laranga in the off season.