Channing Frye says one of the things he’ll tell his kids about LeBron James is he has ‘smelly breath’
When we think of LeBron James, we think of an all-time great basketball player. A three-time champion. A four-time MVP. A perennial All-Star. A business mogul.
But now, apparently, we have to add a guy with bad breath to the list.
As a matter of fact, his breath must be so bad that his former teammate, Channing Frye, says that that will be the first thing he tells his kids about James:
“No. 1, he has smelly breath. Smelly breath,” said Frye, according to Joe Vardon of The Athletic. “No. 2, he was a freak of nature. And then No. 3, Kyle Korver and I fixed his jumper for one year. (Funny, Korver takes the credit for that.) I know, but Korver, Channing, it’s all the same. It’s all about Korver.”
Notice how Frye placed some emphasis on it by saying “smelly breath” twice.
Frye provided a big lift for the Cavaliers, giving them a fine floor spacer up front and averaging 7.5 points and 3.6 rebounds over 17.2 minutes per game while shooting 44.1 percent from the floor and 37.7 percent from three-point range.
Also, while he did not play much during Cleveland’s seven-game NBA Finals victory over the Golden State Warriors, taking the floor for just 33 minutes total during the series, he played a significant role in helping the Cavs reach that point, registering 6.7 points across 13.9 minutes a night in the playoffs while making 59.4 percent of his shots and 56.5 percent of his triples.