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Patrick Patterson mocks LeBron James’ whining

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Patrick Patterson, much like everyone else on the planet, is a little tired of LeBron James’ constant whining when calls don’t go his way. Patterson mocked James after James cried to a referee after throwing the ball away late in the first half.

P-Patt is averaging eight points and six rebounds in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Raptors and Cavs will tee it back up Wednesday night in Game 5.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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7 Comments for Patrick Patterson mocks LeBron James’ whining



  1. ukjaybrat
    1:07 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    i didn’t like lebron when he played for cleveland the first time….
    then i loved him when he played for my heat (bc duh)
    i’m starting to not really like him anymore. it’s not like i dislike him. i just don’t have feelings anymore.



  2. Thundercats
    1:15 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    This was hilarious! Great job PPAT! Good luck in game 4!



  3. CatManDo
    1:43 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    That guy in the stands really needs to pee.



  4. @GoCayts
    1:55 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    it sucks, but coaches and players have to cry before, during and after every game because it literally affects the refs … LeBron gets away with a lot, but also gets fouled a ton and doesn’t get the call … Lowry stole the ball from him at the end of the game without ever touching the ball, he literally just hit LeBron’s forearm hard enough to knock the ball loose at the top of the key in the wide open with refs watching

    this play, though, LeBron got mixed up with PPat and kind of shoved him in the back down to the ground and nothing came of it



  5. FBI Informant
    4:36 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    Always liked Patterson. Now I like him even more.