LeBron James has done a complete 180 just days after emphatically stating he would NEVER play an NBA game in a fan-less arena … now saying he’ll do what the league thinks is best.
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Most of the hyperlinks in this news are reasonable and can help readers get more relevant information from other news in TMZ. However, the hyperlink “Zach Lavine” here is a bit strange because it is the name of another player that only the target audience may know. In the end, readers may be reluctant to take the time to start another news.
This news is selected from TMZ, which is an international digital born news site. It usually distributes some entertainment news of celebrities. The selected picture of Lebron appropriately reflects his mentality at that time which may cause greater controversy.
Like I said before, this is a controversial incident. TMZ’s click-visible comments have some positive effects here because when you click on the comments, you will find that many of them are criticizing Lebron, even though he has already acknowledged his mistake. But this form of interaction does provide readers (some fans of him) with a space to think about whether to watch before reading the comment.