LeBron responds to critics in Instagram post after NBA Championship win

Posted at 7:46 AM, Jun 21, 2016

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LeBron James broke his social media silence Monday evening—showing off the Larry O'Brien NBA Championship Trophy on Instagram. 

In a video, the NBA Finals MVP showed some love for the trophy.

"I love you so much. Don't you ever leave me like that again."



Love you so much!!! #StriveForGreatness #ThisOneIsForTheLand #RWTW

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A short time later he posted a photo taking aim at his critics.

The caption reads:

"They said u lost a step, wasn't explosive as once was, the best days was in the real view, questioned your drive, your leadership, your commitment, you don't have killer instinct, going back home is the worst mistake in your career, he got the coach fired, players traded, won't work between him and Kyrie, Him and Kev won't work, love your teammates to much, there's no way he can deliver a championship in his hometown, etc etc etc.... But guess what THATS NONE OF MY BUSINESS #StriveForGreatness #ThisOneIsForTheLand #PutSomeRespeckOnMyName Hahahaha!!! Yes sir"

LeBron was wearing a RWTW (Roll with the Winners) shirt and a hat with a picture of a frog drinking tea—a play off a trendy Kermit the Frog meme.