LeBron James Uses Spider-Man to Criticize NBA's COVID Protocols

LeBron James is playing his hand on COVID, or at least it seems this way … suggesting we’ve gotten a little crazy with panic over contracting the virus.

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LeBron posted a meme called “Spider-Man Pointing at Spider-Man” … featuring 3 Spidies — one representing COVID, another representing the flu and the third repping the common cold.

When you break it down … it seems LeBron is shading the NBA for protocols that have sidelined a bunch of players — even some who have tested negative — and canceled a number of games.

The Lakers have benched head coach Frank Vogel, along with Trevor Ariza, Kent Bazemore, Avery Bradley, Malik Monk and Austin Reaves … all because of its COVID rules. There’s a big game set for this weekend — Lakers vs. Nets — but Kevin Durant is out because of COVID protocols.

You’ll recall … LeBron played his cards close to the vest for a fairly long time before finally acknowledging back in September he was vaccinated, but he made it clear — he wouldn’t pressure other players to get jabbed, saying, “That’s not my job.”

There’s currently a 10-day quarantine if a player is exposed to COIVD. The players’ association is negotiating with NBA honchos to shorten the time, assuming the player tests negative.

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