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When it comes to the Cleveland Cavaliers, everything gets questioned. Even postgame celebrations.

After LeBron James hit an awesome buzzer-beater to top the Minnesota Timberwolves in overtime on Wednesday, many fans noted how James seem to block out Isaiah Thomas in his celebration:

Skeptics would say that amid reports of Cavaliers players not liking each other and Thomas consistently ripping the team, this was James’ way of giving him the cold shoulder.

Others would say that Thomas was out of James’ line of sight and he was just wildly celebrating without giving thought to it. LeBron also passed up JR Smith; does he not like JR Smith?

This video is getting attention and is worth posting, but we’ll leave it up to you to decide whether you think there were undertones to it.

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