Earlier today, DJ Khaled made an appearance on ESPN's First Take to talk about his beloved Miami Heat. And during his appearance, he made a lot of really valid points about LeBron James & Co. and demonstrated that he had clearly done his homework in the days leading up to the show. He used stats to back up his arguments, he provided hard evidence while debating Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless, and he…

OH, WHO ARE WE KIDDING?! This is DJ Khaled we're talking about! So he did none of those things. Instead, he yelled a lot, he put a ton of extra emphasis on the "King" every time he referred to King James, and he even cited "the streets"—yes, "the streets"!—as a legitimate source when he told Skip Bayless that he believes the Spurs shut the air conditioning off on purpose before Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Finals. And Twitter had an absolute field day after watching Khaled's appearance on the show:

Part of us wants to tell ESPN to never, ever invite Khaled back to First Take again—and part of us wants him to become a regular contributor. Where do you stand after watching him on the show?

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