Gotta love an Internet prankster.
After LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers to a series-clinching win over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night — via a 94-73 Game 6 rout — an Internet prankster listed him as the Bulls' owner on the team's Wikipedia page. Pretty humorous, huh?
The Bulls' Wikipedia page has since been changed, but here's a screen grab commemorating the moment, especially for Cavaliers' fans to relish.
ESPN's Sportscenter even captured the moment.
Chicago Bulls • Conference: Eastern • Division: Central • Owner: LeBron James? Someone got creative on Wikipedia » http://t.co/mQvwUWefx1
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 15, 2015
Of course, Jerry Krause is the owner of the Bulls, but the prankster was making reference to James dominating the Bulls over the past several postseasons. In fact, King James' teams are responsible for eliminating the Bulls in four of the past six postseasons.
Just goes to show, mess with LeBron ... and the Bulls have been the ones getting the horns. James once again owned his rival Bulls, averaging 26.2 points, 11 rebounds and 8.8 assists per game in this Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series. Damn, that's a near triple-double ... for the series! James finished the Bulls off with 15 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds on Thursday night.
Speaking of LeBron, do you know that he winked at Hall of Famer and Bulls legend Scottie Pippen as he eliminated his team from the playoffs? Peep the moment here. LeBron James — not official owner of the Bulls, but owning the Bulls.