Beijing time on October 15th, a tweet yesterday by former Warriors champion Marris Speth caused a lot of controversy. Today, he continuously updated his Twitter explanation and apologized.
Speights tweeted yesterday a picture of Kobe holding the championship trophy and Jordan smoking a cigar. The picture read: "Once, we celebrated three consecutive championships. Now the kids are celebrating a 10th run outside. People who have entered the finals but only won 4 championships still call it great."
Obviously, the remarks in the picture are aimed at the Lakers star LeBron James, who has four crowns in 10 years. This remark has caused many fans to respond.
When the Lakers won the championship, Speights' remarks were obviously out of date. As a player with a lack of outstanding career achievements, such a connotation of a player with such an outstanding career made Speights a target of public criticism. .
After being repeatedly attacked by fans, Speights subsequently deleted this tweet and updated the tweets one after another to explain that he was not malicious, and also apologized to the fans.
Looking at the weird tone of Yin and Yang, I'm afraid Speights' apology will hardly satisfy the fans.