LeBron James Spotted At Dinner In Los Angeles With 2 Massive Celebrities

Cjildren from Culver City Teen Camp holds signs as they wait for the arrival of Le Bron James at Blaze Pizza a restaurant chain the new Los Angeles Lakers basketball player was an original investor in in Culver City Calif. Tuesday

Cjildren from Culver City Teen Camp holds signs as they wait for the arrival of Le Bron James at Blaze Pizza a restaurant chain the new Los Angeles Lakers basketball player was an original investor in in Culver City Calif. Tuesday

LeBron James recently joined the Lakers, and fans are already trying to run him out of town, kind of.

As for Never, he seems to be taking it well and told ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk that he has another Lakers mural in the works, this one featuring the whole team.

LeBron completed his sensational move to the LA Lakers earlier this week and a huge mural was painted to celebrate the King's arrival - but the spectacular artwork did not last long. 'I guess it is never touch religion, politics or anyone against Kobe'. It's much different than the Cavaliers squad James left. Never worked with graffiti specialist Fernando Valdez.

The mural saga illustrates just how weird the situation could get for James in Los Angeles, where Bryant retains enormous popularity two years after his retirement.

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"I called him and said, 'Well, did the sun come up this morning?'" Elisburg said, according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne. Online debate over who the better player between LeBron and Kobe was engulfed basketball fans for years and has only increased since the former's signing with the Lakers. 'The first vandalism was made easier to swallow because, by all accounts from the Twitter debate [over it] that we saw, it looked like a guy offered up a $300 bounty to anyone who destroyed the mural.

"I'm not convinced that the Warriors was the final chapter for Kevin Durant", Nichols said. '[Kyle] Kuzma, LeBron, Lance Stephenson blowing on LeBron'.

Never does not know who the vandal is, but he does hope to do a mural of the entire team, which he thinks would be less controversial.

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