Kareem Abdul-Jabbar apologizes to LeBron James for recent comments

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Two days after Kareem Abdul-Jabbar pointed out Lebron James has done things that are “beneath him” and that he should be “Embarrassed” about, the six-time NBA Champion issued an Apology and further clarified his comments about the Lakers ’star.

Jabbar made his initial comments about James in the Lakers’ game against the Nuggets on Sunday, one in which he was in attendance to present Carmelo Anthony with the NBA’s Inaugural Social Justice Champion Award. The six-time MVP spoke on SiriusXM NBA Radio on Monday, stating that sometimes they can get things wrong.

“I’ve been talking to the press since high school, that’s 60 years of making statements,” Abdul-Jabbar said, via ESPN. “And I haven’t always gotten it right. And Sunday was one of those nights.

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