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Is there trouble in the Cleveland Cavaliers locker room? Such is the speculation since despite defeating the Boston Celtics, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving allegedly subtweeted each other. 

The Cavs beat the Boston Celtics 120-103 on Saturday (March 5).The next day King James then took to Twitter to drop a cryptic tweet about team work making the dream work.

“It’s this simple. U can’t accomplished the dream if everyone isn’t dreaming the same thing everyday. Nightmares follow. #TheDC #SFG,” he tweeted Sunday morning.

He sent another tweet that would make sense only to whoever he’s speaking of, but then Irving shot off a tweet this morning (March 7).

“Control what you can control. Sounds so cliche, but its the bold truth. Good Morning!!,” tweeted the point guard.

As for what all this means, Deadspin has a theory:

So what are those tweets about, then? It wasn’t so long ago that the team was supposed to be reborn following a players only meeting that turned into an “airing of grievances” for James, Irving, and Kevin Love. But some of those grievances may have returned after Saturday’s game, in which Love scored 10 points and played just 11 second-half minutes after getting bossed by the Celtics’ bigs in the first half, while Irving scored 20 points and played just 13 minutes in the second. With those two on the bench, the game was swung in the Cavs’ favor by a Dellavedova-James-Smith-Shumpert-Thompson small-ball lineup. After a game like that, it’s easy to see how one member of the Big Three might be thinking that “everyone isn’t dreaming the same thing every day.”

What, you thought beefing over playing time ended at Varsity and college?

We trust these two have each other’s cell phone numbers. Peep the tweets below.




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