Lebron Breaks Pre-Game Routine for Stephen Curry

Posted by Bob Biscigliano

Lebron normally takes a pre-game nap, but changed that routine today for Davidson's Stephen Curry. He was sitting courtside for Curry's game against NC State in Charlotte.

Steph and Lebron are pretty good pals now, ever since Curry captured the King's heart with his darling performance during last year's tournament run. Stephen has hung out with Lebron before and worked camps with him. Saturday was no different as they exchanged text messages before the game. Lebron thinks very highly of Stephen, but what's funnier is the quote James had after his game about how he relates to Stephen by basically putting down both their teammates:
"His team isn't the best but he makes those guys play hard and they compete in every game they're in and they compete against teams some people say they shouldn't beat," James said. "I can relate to that."
I'm not sure I would be too happy if I was a Cleveland Cavelier or even a Davidson teammate right now. Maybe I'm overreacting. Then again, one thing Lebron fails to realize is, if he had Bob McKillop as his coach, he would have a much better chance at winning a championship with his current team. That's for sure.



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