If you're sick of all the LeBron James coverage, well, you're out of luck. Because we have more!
This time around though, LeBron's not having his jersey burned or being screamed at in Comic Sans. Instead, he's just the subject of some old-fashioned booing at the hands of Knicks fans while he attended Carmelo Anthony's wedding in New York City.
(Aside: for those that don't know, booing is what American sports fans used to do before Wikipedia defacement.)
"[LeBron] James was greeted by a round of loud boos from angry New Yorkers outside the wedding in Cipriani 42nd Street when he arrived with his girlfriend Savannah Brinson, myFOXny.com reported"Couple of questions answered for you: 1) No, we're not related, thank you for asking; 2) Yes, being in NYC and getting booed is better than whatever would have happened to him in Cleveland; and 3) No, this wasn't the most interesting thing that happened at 'Melo's wedding.
In fact, the following toast from Chris Paul (which could theoretically constitute tampering if the Corleones hadn't already proven it doesn't exist), most certainly was. Via the New York Post's Marc Berman, who also managed to sneak in a "LeCon" reference (GET IT -- HE SCREWED CLEVELAND ... MUHAHAHA. Sigh.) before citing someone who heard from Amar'e that Paul provided a toast.
During Carmelo Anthony's wedding Saturday night at Cipriani's on 42nd Street, Chris Paul, the superstar New Orleans point guard, predicted a future Knicks Dream Team.Now, clearly, that would be awesome, if only from the standpoint that while CP3 + Amar'e + 'Melo might not be "better" than LeBron + Bosh + Wade (although, obviously if you're building a super team, you'd kind of like to have a point guard on the roster), it at least would be the most fascinating three-on-three of all-time. I think.
[...] According to a person who spoke with wedding attendee Amar'e Stoudemire, Paul made the reference during a speech of a potential union of himself, Stoudemire and Anthony, saying, "We'll form our own Big 3," Paul allegedly said.
Regardless, it would be fun to watch, even if it meant that Antonie Walker and Latrell Sprewell both had to suit up again.