Michael Jordan, LeBron James & Other NBA Players Who Have Been Relentlessly Trolled Through Memes

We all know what memes are and how important they have become in all of our lives. 

Unfortunately for the NBA players, their candid moments are easily caught on or off the court which eventually turn into these memes that take the internet by storm. 

However, there are some NBA stars who are targeted more often than others, simply because they give so much hilarious content.

Chris Bosh

Bos a meme pioneer and most of his memes surfaced in 2020, giving people unlimited content. He was made fun of because of looking like a dinosaur or about LeBron and Dwyane Wade not passing the ball to him. Oh, and let's not forget his 'O' face!

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Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant has been meme'd about his feet looking like hockey sticks, leaving OKC for the greatest roster of all time, Golden State Warriors, his skinny frame, his burner accounts defending himself, lack of rings, hair brush memes and the list goes on.

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J.R. Smith

J.R. Smith has done plenty of blunders enough to extract plenty of genres of memes out of him. From forgetting the score, dribbling out the clock that cost the Cavs Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals, it makes fans feel sorry for him.

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Michael Jordan

Yes, not even the GOAT was spared from the meme culture and unfortunately, it was his crying moments that were targetted. Either from his Hall of Fame speech or his Kobe Bryant memorial speech. Some might find it insensitive but it is how it is. But MJ takes it in good stride.

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LeBron James

LeBron is definitely one of the most hated players in the league. So, most memes of him come from his haters but his fans are no less, who actually use them to stand for him. However, his most famous expression turned into a meme when J.R. Smith dribbled out the clock.

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