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Jayson Tatum defends LeBron James after Lakers star faced criticism for celebrating son’s dunks

first_imgI usually defend Lebron. And I gotta be honest if my son is ever throwing down alley oops I will probably lose my fucking mind. But this is absolutely ridiculous. This is like, bizarre childlike behavior. Whatta weirdo pic.twitter.com/9AcNqLfxao— KFC (@KFCBarstool) July 29, 2019Bronny dunks it to seal the [email protected] @tiphoops pic.twitter.com/c8Cg8i6YKz— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) July 28, 2019Tatum, who also is a father, spoke out against James’ critics and said he hopes to have the opportunity to share a similar moment when his son gets older.Tatum wrote in response to a viral video of James: “With so many fathers not supporting there kids we get upset because he is genuinely happy for his son! Lol that’s crazy I can’t wait till my son get older and I get to support him with whatever he wants to do!” Related News Jayson Tatum came to the defense of LeBron James after the Lakers star was criticized for the way he celebrated his son Bronny’s dunks while playing in an AAU tournament in Las Vegas. James attended his 14-year-old son’s game and wasn’t holding back in expressing his excitement as he came off the sideline, and his shoe even fell off while celebrating. Many criticized James for his antics, questioning whether he went too far.  LeBron James has ‘always shown me a great deal of respect,’ Frank Vogel says Lakers president of player personnel Ryan West leaving team, report sayscenter_img Lakers’ Anthony Davis says not winning a title would be one of his ‘biggest failures’ With so many fathers not supporting there kids we get upset because he is genuinely happy for his son! Lol that’s crazy I can’t wait till my son get older and I get to support him with whatever he wants to do! https://t.co/pUCZOlZreD— Jayson Tatum (@jaytatum0) July 29, 2019Tatum’s son, Jayson Christopher Tatum Jr., isn’t old enough to play basketball yet, but he made a notable appearance at NBA All-Star Weekend in February.Following #MTNDEWICERisingStars practice, @jaytatum0 took the floor with his son Deuce! #ThisIsWhyWePlay pic.twitter.com/JN52wDFALR— 2020 NBA All-Star (@NBAAllStar) February 15, 2019last_img read more