Found April 11, 2012 on
Pass The Pill:
Right here Kenyon is thinking "Lebron's hairline is so small, and his headband is THIS big."
The always opinionated Kenyon Martin, now playing for the LA Clippers after his stint in China, was approached by TMZ about LeBron James’ hairline and he called it an “ongoing joke” amongst the guys in the league. It has been quite comical to watch the thickness of LeBron’s headband expand throughout the years, and its funny to know that guys around the league have also taken notice.
This does contribute to the fact that it seems like LeBron isn’t very liked amongst his peers, and it has become a common practice to take slight public jabs at him like this without repercussions. Hopefully, LeBron won’t decide this is the final straw and challenge Martin on the court in some capacity, because Kenyon is one crazy dude, and that probably wouldn’t end well for Prince James.
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