LeBron’s 4th quarter ineptitude makes for an easy target on Twitter
Following LeBron James’ *ahem* less than impressive skills illustrated in the fourth quarter of the Miami Heat’s NBA Finals Game 105-94 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday, fans took to Twitter to call out “The Chosen One”.
James shot just 2-6 from the field and finished with a lousy seven points in the quarter, compared to 17 points on six baskets for the Thunder’s Kevin Durant.
If this keeps up, we can expect plenty more where this came from.
— Men's Humor (@MensHumor) June 13, 2012
Durant had 17 points in the fourth on six baskets n LeBron had 7 points on two baskets. Those are ur stars I'd take KD in a big game #allday
— Rob Parker (@RobParkerLocal4) June 13, 2012
If I had a choice between LeBron or Air Bud in the fourth quarter, I'd totally pick the golden retriever. That dogs clutch
— Samuel J Durdaller (@samdurdaller) June 13, 2012
Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant showed what a star/go to player is suppose to do. He took over the fourth quarter with 17 points! Lebron?????
— George Remaily (@GeorgeRemaily) June 13, 2012
Lebron Vs the Fourth Quarter. Greatest rivalry ever.
— Trouble Maker (@_KingVaughn_) June 13, 2012
— Amanda Rabinowitz (@a_rabinowitz) June 13, 2012
Kevin Durant scored 17 pts in the 4th quarter. In #NBAFinals last season, LeBron James scored a total of 18 fourth-quarter points in 6 games
— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) June 13, 2012