What you missed this week in the NBA: Cavaliers, Embiid, weed

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 14: Kyrie Irving
NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 14: Kyrie Irving /
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Here are five things that you may have missed this week in the NBA.

While other sports have a “silly season”, so does the NBA. However, “silly season” is the entire year. There’s not one-point in the year where everything becomes fun, there’s never a dull moment around the association. The NBA is entertainment at its finest and down the long road that is the regular season, there are a lot of twists and turns.

If you’ve missed the NBA this week, you’ve missed a lot. Whether you were stuck living under a rock or were swamped with work, we’re here to keep you up to speed on everything happening around the league. For starters, LeBron James is not only now “the King”, he is “the King of New York”. After drilling a clutch three-pointer against the Knicks to cap off an incredible comeback, James dubbed himself “King of New York” after a chippy affair at the Garden.

In addition to the antics between the Cavaliers and Knicks, a love affair has now begun between the 76ers and Lonzo Ball. While a much anticipated Sixers-Lakers matchup didn’t fail to deliver its fair share of fun, the relationship between Ball and Joel Embiid stole the headlines. Embiid, who got testy with LaVar Ball — Lonzo’s father — in the offseason, claimed that he likes Lonzo’s game. Therefore declaring that his problem is with daddy Ball, not little Ball.

In other news, CJ McCollum now blows kisses to opponents, Iman Shumpert continued his rap career on the radio and Kevin Durant spoke out about loyalty. Last week was full of silly stunts throughout the league, but this week somehow topped it. Here’s five headlines you may have missed throughout this incredible week.