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Cavaliers veteran Mike Miller wears LeBron James' clothes, and the Internet thinks it's hilarious

Why Is LeBron James Still Hated?


By JOHN DORN

Cleveland Cavaliers veteran forward Mike Miller doesn't play a whole lot anymore. Well, he's been thrust into limited action during these NBA Finals because half of his team is injured, but at 35, Miller is probably content with hanging out on the bench most of the time.

Because that's when he gets to wear his LeBron James fan gear.

After reuniting with his former Miami Heat teammate this summer, signing with Cleveland upon learning that the King was returning home, Miller has spent most of the season just chillin'. He's played in only six playoff games, and while he's out there, it's more or less like watching an eviscerated corpse drag itself up and down the court. He's old, worn down and probably retiring very soon.

But, most of the time, when he's not playing? Miller gets to live his life as LeBron's most shameless fanboy. As evidenced by shots from last night, of him donning a LeBron James warmup tee on the bench.



As you'd probably guess, Basketball Twitter had a field day.



No word yet on if Miller will break out a Matthew Dellavedova tee for Game 4.


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