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Did anyone else notice that it didn't seem like the Crying Jordan meme was everywhere after Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals? There were obviously some people who used it, especially when it came to trolling Ayesha Curry:
But for the first time in a long time, it didn’t feel like Crying Jordan took over our Twitter timeline as soon as the Cavaliers were crowned the 2016 NBA champions. Could that mean that Crying Jordan’s reign is—gasp—almost over?
We seriously doubt. But if it is close to being over, the internet has already found a more-than-suitable replacement for it in the form of...Crying LeBron! LeBron James was photographed hugging Kevin Love after Game 7 and crying:
And of course, Twitter sprung into action right away and used LeBron’s crying face to create a bunch of memes. Here are just a few examples of how Crying LeBron is being used so far:
Will it stick? If it does, it’ll give us yet another reason to call Sunday’s Game 7 the greatest game we ever saw.