When LeBron James speaks, people tend to listen.
The forward is, arguably, the best basketball player in the world today and backed up those claims by leading all players for points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.
Who does that?
After winning the Finals MVP award and bringing the city of Cleveland their first-ever NBA Championship, one would think that LeBron would be a content and happy man.
But that hasn't stopped him calling out the NBA on Twitter. What for? Their new website design, of course.
King James, like many of us, has been frustrated with the new layout for box scores. When scrolling, you cannot see what stat is attached to what number.
So while things like the position and time on the floor are pretty simple to deduce for most basketball fans, the rest of the stats become a lot harder and fans are almost expected to remember the categories.
The rudimentary design certainly needs work, but instead of letting the NBA inevitably polish the design, LeBron is a man who needs to look at some stats, and he wants to do it now.
Now that the King has spoken, we wouldn't be surprised if swift action wasn't taken.