Kanter trolls LeBron with Arthur meme
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Enes Kanter won't stop going at The King.

The New York Knicks center took an obvious shot at LeBron James on Twitter following Wednesday's 115-86 win over the Miami Heat.

James had previously posted a now-infamous meme after the Cleveland Cavaliers dropped their fifth game in six tries early in the season, while Kyrie Irving was flourishing on the Boston Celtics:


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The four-time MVP chalked up the cryptic post to him simply liking "Arthur."

While he may like the cartoon aardvark from the children's television show, the same cannot be said for his feelings about Kanter. The two have engaged in a back and forth that started this season when James said the Knicks should have drafted Dennis Smith Jr. over Frank Ntilikina, which Kanter disputed.

James then threw shade at the Turkish big man, telling reporters he's "always got something to say." The two subsequently engaged in a scuffle on the court, and traded barbs following Cleveland's 104-101 victory at MSG on Nov. 13.

The Cavaliers superstar later called himself the King of New York, which Kanter again disagreed with before making a spin-off meme Tuesday after James was ejected for the first time in his career:

James dismissed the shot: "Kanter's always looking for attention."

Kanter trolls LeBron with Arthur meme
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