LeBron James got the last word Monday night, trolling New York Knicks big man Enes Kanter with “I’m King” shoes in his visit to Madison Square Garden.
Back in November, Kanter had to be separated from James in a chippy game at MSG.
The feisty Kanter challenged the Cavaliers superstar.
“I don’t care what you call yourself. King, Queen, Princess, whatever you are,” Kanter said. “You know what, we’re going to fight and nobody out there [is] going to punk us,” Kanter said.
Jack was the starter earlier in the season before falling out of the rotation entirely while the Knicks turned to young guards Trey Burke, Frank Ntilikina and Mudiay.
“The job is 82 games,” Jack said. “If you’re not in, you cheer for everybody else. But if he calls your number, be ready to come in there and be ready to come in there and contribute as best you can.”
The game was close most of the way until the Bucks, trailing by one, took control with a 12-0 run in the fourth quarter. Middleton’s basket gave Milwaukee the lead for good, Tony Snell and Parker made 3-pointers, and Bledsoe made four free throws as the Bucks surged to a 106-95 advantage with 2:17 to play.
He made one Pro Bowl in 2014 and was a member of the Patriots 2016 Super Bowl champion roster.
Before his time in the NFL, Bennett was the No. 1 tight end in the country coming out of Alief Taylor High School in the Houston area.
The Cowboys drafted Bennett in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft.
“You can get there only by working in this kind of environment,” said Terry Shea, a longtime NFL and college coach who runs The Spring League’s football operations. “If he were back home throwing to his buddies against air, he wouldn’t get any of this, so from this standpoint, I would say he’s really grown here.
“I’ve never been around Johnny Manziel until this moment of time, but I see a very quick arm. I see very active eyes. He sees things, and those classic Johnny Manziel plays, particularly when he’s on the move, I’ve seen those come up here.”