Cavs Denied Lebron James’ Entourage to Private Parking Garage

This is pretty petty, but I totally understand.

Lebron James and his Entourage had their run of Cleveland for seven years, but he should know by know any and all perks that he had before are null and void now, including executive parking.

James was delayed in getting into the arena for the Miami Heat’s shootaround Tuesday morning when he arrived with a driver and a second car at the entrance of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ underground parking garage.

Cavs officials said James eventually was cleared to enter the building, but several people with him were not. The two cars then left, and James alone returned a short time later and was allowed in, officials said.

Cavs spokesman Tad Carper said visiting NBA players are not normally given private car access to the underground garage, but exceptions are made when requests are made in advance.

James, who regularly used a driver when going to shootarounds when he was a member of the Cavs, did not have permission.

The Entourage response?

Arriving to the Arena hours later with “Long Live the King” jackets.

Is this a basketball game or a remake of “The Warriors”?

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