As many National Basketball Association fans have seen, Harrison Barnes was just traded by the Dallas Mavericks to the Sacramento Kings.
The 26-year-old forward was averaging 17.8 points per game in 48 starts with the Mavericks this season, and he averaged 18.8 points per game during his three seasons in Dallas.
James posted a video of Barnes's reaction and wrote: "So let me guess this is cool cause they had to do what was best for the franchise right???"
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"Just call a spade a spade!"
Pelicans forward Anthony Davis appeared to "like" James' post.
Wojnarowski added the Kings made the trade with an eye toward keeping Barnes long-term.
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"He's a better man than me, for sure", said Dirk Nowitzki, the longtime face of the Mavs who frequently raved about Barnes' character and work ethic. By all accounts, Barnes was a class act and has been a good player for years, but his contract had become an inconvenience so the Mavericks jettisoned him. "But just from [scouting], he's always on the scouting board".
The Lakers have reportedly been trying to acquire him before Thursday's deadline, while the Boston Celtics are also believed to be interested.
After the deals, Sacramento won't have a player on its roster over the age of 30.
The trade deadline has, somehow, still not passed.
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Information from ESPN's Bobby Marks was used in this report.