LeBron appears to troll Enes Kanter and Knicks with 'I'm King' shoes



LeBron James got the last word Monday night, trolling New York Knicks big man Enes Kanter with "I'm King" shoes in his visit to Madison Square Garden.

Back in November, Kanter had to be separated from James in a chippy game at MSG.

After James engineered a fourth-quarter comeback in the game, he posted a photo of himself on Instagram standing on top of the Knicks logo on the floor at Madison Square Garden. The caption read contained a crown image, the words "of New York" and the hashtags #myfavoriteplayground #striveforgreatness

The feisty Kanter challenged the Cavaliers superstar.

"I don't care what you call yourself. King, Queen, Princess, whatever you are," Kanter said. "You know what, we're going to fight and nobody out there [is] going to punk us," Kanter said.

When told of Kanter's comment, James replied: "I'm the King, my wife is the Queen and my daughter is the Princess. So we got all three covered."

Not to Kanter's way of thinking. "We've already got a king; it's Kristaps Porzingis," Kanter said. "Sorry about that."

James may have made his final statement by letting his shoes do the talking.