Orlando Magic guard Terrence Ross is one of the more entertaining Twitter users in the NBA. The 27-year-old consistently shares his hilarious perspective. He learned a tough lesson Sunday night, though—the internet is merciless, and if you come at King James, you best not miss.
It started with Ross reacting to the news of LBJ signing with the Lakers. He called them the "LA Cavs."
Lol bron just joined the Cavs of the West 😂😂😂— Terrence Ross (@TFlight31) July 2, 2018
NBA fans responded quickly, roasting Ross for having the audacity to criticize the league's best player and one of its most storied franchises.
You still on the magic tho right— Cody harris (@CodyHarris2325) July 2, 2018
I didn’t even know who this was. Had to look at his bio 🤷🏾♂️— Metro: Lazydus #RiGXboxAddict💚 (@LazyBlackGamer) July 2, 2018
Remember that time when Terrance ross was relevant because he used to dunk pic.twitter.com/2j0teYM0RL— Angel (@vsvp_a) July 2, 2018
You play for the dollar tree of the NBA— statz818 (@STATZgarcia) July 2, 2018
Lonzo prolly sold more jerseys in one year than you did your entire career🤫😂— Mar (@Dueceswi1d) July 2, 2018
Real talk, though: how can a player on the Magic criticize the Lakers or Cavs?
Imagine playing for the Magic and saying this pic.twitter.com/KtVfg2OTIz— Lit Harrington (@cataldokidd) July 2, 2018
It looks like he's owning the mistake.
Well i take that back about being the Cavs of the West. 🙈— Terrence Ross (@TFlight31) July 2, 2018
lol i have started a riot on my twitter. I love it 🤷🏾♂️— Terrence Ross (@TFlight31) July 2, 2018
Ross, the No. 8 overall pick in the 2012 draft, spent the first five years of his career with the Toronto Raptors. He landed in Orlando as part of the 2017 Serge Ibaka deal. Ross claimed the 2013 Slam Dunk Contest title.