Remember those decorations at LeBron James’ 2016 Halloween Party that trolled the Golden State Warriors and their improbable loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals?
Former Cavs player Dahntay Jones said LeBron wasn’t responsible for them, or the tombstone cookies that featured the names of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.
This was one of the decorations at LeBron’s Halloween party tonight. Legendary pic.twitter.com/DwnkLGSr0h
— Jordan Zirm (@clevezirm) October 31, 2016
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Asked Klay Thompson about those Cavs cookies here in Portland, and he had a very Klay answer: “Yeah, I don’t get it, cuz I’m not dead.” pic.twitter.com/O8M71zcqi6
— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) November 1, 2016
During an interview Friday on The Russillo Show on ESPN, Jones said the catering company is to blame, not LeBron.
From NBC Sports:
“I was at the Halloween party. Usually, (LeBron’s) trolls are funny, but that was not from him, that was from the catering company. That’s why he doesn’t speak of it because the catering company put that together. If you think that LeBron James throws a party and does everything from the cookies to the decorations, then you’re kind of insane, that he has a season to prepare for and he’s party planning as well,” Jones said. “But that was the company that they hired. It just happened to be funny at that point in time.”