LeBron James' media company, Uninterrupted, has a project called "The Shop" in which LeBron heads to the barbershop and chops it up with fellow notable patrons. The most popular episode to date featured none other than Draymond Green.

Last week, however, the Alabama football program released a trailer for a similar-looking show, featuring Nick Saban and Julio Jones, called "Shop Talk."

Uninterrupted responded with a Dikembe Mutombo finger wag, threatening legal action. In a letter to the University of Alabama, Uninterrupted accused Alabama of stealing its intellectual property and infringing on its copyright and trademark rights.

Saban, however, seems unfazed. An Alabama beat writer asked him about the threat at a press conference Tuesday. In essence, Saban responded with a hardened: Try me, LeBron.

"I'm sorry that anybody could be offended by something that we were just having fun with, and I enjoyed it and we're going to continue to do it," Saban said.

It sounds like LeBron won't back down either. 

We'll keep you updated if a lawsuit emerges.