The mural saga illustrates just how weird the situation could get for James in Los Angeles, where Bryant retains vast popularity two years after his retirement.
James is smart and knows what he is doing by going to the Lakers, and by bringing in these type of veterans to help mold their young core, the Lakers will be one of the more interesting teams to follow next season.
Rather than see his mural commemorating the Los Angeles Lakers' acquisition of LeBron James defaced for a third time, artist Jonas Never whitewashed the wall in hopes of putting an unexpectedly controversial issue to rest. The mural - "The King of LA" - is gone. That's because the muralist who created it, Jonas Never, has made a decision to repaint the wall white after the artwork was defaced for the second time in five days.
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On Wednesday, an L.A. news anchor shared a surveillance video of the mural being vandalized once again by one of James' fellow Angelenos.
"I called him and said, 'Well, did the sun come up this morning?'" Elisburg said, according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne. "[Some] people didn't like it in general; not necessarily the work, but the sentiment that went with it. People had a big problem with the word 'of.' I get where they are coming from". "I guess it is never touch religion, politics or anyone against Kobe [Bryant]". Online debate over who the better player between LeBron and Kobe was engulfed basketball fans for years and has only increased since the former's signing with the Lakers. '[Kyle] Kuzma, LeBron, Lance Stephenson blowing on LeBron'. "But who can think throughout the course of the game?"