LeBron James Doesn't Like It When Opposing Players Think Their Teams Match Up Well Against the Heat

LeBron James Doesn't Like It When Opposing Players Think Their Teams Match Up Well Against the HeatSteve Mitchell/USA Today Sports

A few weeks ago, Brandon Jennings came out and said that he thinks the Bucks—who are currently in the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference playoff standings—match up pretty well against the Heat. And that didn't sit too well with LeBron James, who came out today and revealed that he hates when people say a team matches up well with Miami. He made it clear that he wasn't taking a shot at B-Jennings. But you can miss Bron-Bron with all the talk about "good matchups" in the playoffs.

"I hate it when people say people match up well with us," King James said. "We don't really care about it too much…If they feel that way, they can have us in the first round. We'll see how well we match up. It's OK to think that way and you can believe that way."

Just don't talk about it. Or else...

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