2017 NBA Draft: Duke freshman Jayson Tatum turning pro

“I’m excited to take the next step in pursuing my lifelong dream of playing basketball at the highest possible level,” Tatum said in a news release. “With that said, I’ve loved my time at Duke. The Brotherhood is a real thing and I’ll always be part of the bond between former, current and future Duke players. I want to thank my teammates, coaches, family and friends for the unwavering support I’ve received as I pursue my dream.”

Ball isn’t taking James’ warning seriously, though, and said in an interview on Sirius XM Wednesday he doesn’t understand why it’s such a big deal.

“I don’t care what LeBron said,” he said. “He talking about he warned me. He warned me for what? What is a warning going to do? Nothing. Now, if he get a little touchy because I gave an opinion on what I felt about no superstars’ kids really being superstars and the fact that they have to live up to their parents or to their fathers or whatever.

“I have yet to see one, and I’ve been around for 50 years.”

He also sounded off on Fox Sports Radio late Tuesday night, saying he has been “talking all his life” and cited freedom of speech.

“I don’t care, they not going to stop me from doing what I’m doing,” Ball said. “If they get a little touchy about it because I answer something a certain way, who Cheap NFL Jerseys China cares. They’re not gonna do nothing to me and I’m not gonna do nothing to them, so Best Place For Cheap Jerseys it ain’t no big deal.”

Your move, LeBron.

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