- James delivers withering rebuke of Trump after Lakers’ loss
- Lakers star: ‘[Trump] cares about nobody besides himself’
- Spurs coach Popovich says Trump ‘enjoyed’ DC insurrection
LeBron James and his Los Angeles Lakers teammates were already upset after a Wisconsin prosecutor on Tuesday decided not to charge a police officer who shot a black man last year.
Then came Wednesday when a violent mob loyal to US president Donald Trump stormed the US Capitol to delay Congress from certifying the results of November’s election.