LeBron James opened up about Udonis Haslem getting upset with his teammates in the Miami Heat during Game 2 vs the Lakers.
The superstar of the Lakers was not surprised the Heat started playing better after Haslem’s angry rant.
“Check his résumé; it’s that simple. I mean, he’s put in the work. He’s been there through everything that the Heat franchise has seen. He’s seen it all, done it all.
There’s not many guys that talk about it and also be about it, and he’s one of them. If you want to be in the foxhole, that’s somebody you want to be in the foxhole with,” James said, via Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.
Haslem has been playing for Miami for 17 years (2003-2020). He was teammates with James for four years (2010-2014), winning the NBA title twice (2012, 2013).
James and the Lakers lead the NBA Finals series 2-0. Game 3 is on Sunday.