All it takes is one little slip of the finger on social media, and suddenly an athlete can be in big trouble.
The Thunder center liked an Instagram comment from a user who clearly does not think highly of Carmelo Anthony. It depicted Adams, Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Carmelo Anthony, and Adams just so happened to like a comment that stated "all of them except Melo".
Adams claimed the like was an accident made while scrolling through his feed, a team spokesman told ESPN. As a dude who hits seven-feet on the tape measure, it's worth noting that tiny phone screens aren't built for him.
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It's going to be interesting how Anthony reacts this time around once he finds out that one of his teammates have liked an Instagram comment that ridicules his value to the Thunder.
Anthony has a $28 million player option for next season, but he has been adamant that he won't be coming off the bench next season despite his diminishing skills. Anthony was inconsistent in adapting to a new role with the Thunder in 2017-18, scoring a career-low 16.2 points per game on a career-low 40.4 field goal percentage.
So, I guess that's our way of saying feel free to believe what you want here.