Tom Brady praises Lakers' LeBron James for fourth NBA title with amazing meme
Tom Brady commends LeBron James for the fourth NBA title with an amazing meme that originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston
Tom Brady couldn't have picked a more perfect meme to commend Los Angeles Lakers striker LeBron James for winning his fourth NBA championship.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback appeared to have made a mental mistake late in his team's fifth week against the Chicago Bears last Thursday. It looked like he'd forgotten what loss the Bucs lost in the last offensive game. Brady raised four fingers, signaling that the fourth would come down when it had actually just happened.
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Brady turned the awkward situation into a pretty fun meme on Monday afternoon to congratulate James on winning another title.
Check out Brady's tweet in the post below:
Well played, Brady.
James and the Lakers defeated the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the 2020 NBA Finals on Sunday night, taking their first championship in Los Angeles since 2010 and their 17th overall victory. In addition to having four championships, James is a four-time MVP winner of the NBA Finals. Brady has the same number of Super Bowl MVP awards.
Brady and James are two of the best athletes in history, and each has a strong argument for being considered the best player of all time in their respective sport. Both legends have had tremendous success late in their careers, and neither player is showing any signs that they will soon want to distance themselves from the sport they love.
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