LeBron James uses Nike shoes to send message to Enes Kanter, New York

CLEVELAND, Ohio — LeBron James never forgets. And what he does is often calculated. 

In the Cleveland Cavaliers’ final trip to New York this season, James debuted a pair of his signature kicks, with an unmistakable “I’m King” message on the heel in big, bold, white letters that can be easily spotted against his black-colored sneakers. 

These are, no doubt, a response to New York’s Enes Kanter, who said back in November — the other time the Cavs played at Madison Square Garden — that James was not the king of New York. Kanter made those comments after James poked the Knicks in an Instagram post where he proclaimed himself the king of New York with a photo standing on top of the Knicks logo on the floor at Madison Square Garden. The caption contained a crown emoji, the words “of New York” and the hashtags #myfavoriteplayground #striveforgreatness.

You’re welcome.. [?] of NY #myfavoriteplayground #striveforgreatness[?]

A post shared by LeBron James (@kingjames) on Nov 14, 2017 at 7:26am PST

James and Kanter have a well-documented history, getting into an on-court skirmish that night. The shoving match followed a war of words that only added to the Knicks matchup, as Kanter stepped in to defend Knicks rookie

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