Now that Kobe Bryant has retired, LeBron James’s biggest rival is…Justin Bieber? Justin’s Cleveland concert is the same night as a Cavaliers playoff game and HollywoodLife.com has the SCOOP that the NBA will let Justin get his way!
Before LeBron James, 31, gets a chance to face Steph Curry, 27, and the Golden State Warriors in an epic rematch of last year’s NBA finals, King James has to first deal with a bigger challenge: Justin Bieber, 22. Biebs is about to take on the entire Cleveland Cavaliers, and as HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned, never bet against the Biebs!
Justin’s Purpose Tour stop in Cleveland is the same night as a Cavs basketball game, and “the NBA will change up their schedule,” a source EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com, “and allow Justin’s concert to go as planned.” Whoa. That’s big. It seems that no matter how beloved LeBron is in his hometown, even King James bows down to the Biebs.
The April 26 concert at the Quicken Loans Arena in beautiful Cleveland, Ohio is the same night that the Cavs play the Detroit Pistons in the first round of the NBA playoffs, according to TMZ. However, that match is a theoretical Game 5. Since it’s a “Best of 7,” the Cavaliers can avoid this Bieber-shaped problem if they sweep the Pistons in four games. Stream Justin music, completely unlimited and ad-free, by signing up right here.
How likely is that the Cavs advance to the next round after four games? Well, it doesn’t look good for LeBron’s squad. They’ve played Detroit four times during the regular season and they lost three times, per ESPN. While the Cavs would love a chance to take on the Warriors in the finals, they might not even get that far!
This conflict between Biebs and the NBA might be over faster than Justin’s beef with Post Malone, 20. Post gave Beliebers a heart attack when he grabbed Justin by the throat inside a Houston nightclub. Post just snapped after Justin tried to mess with him, a source EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife.com, and Post even said that he and Biebs just “like to rough house.” Post and Justin even proved they were cool by posting a hilarious photo of Justin choking Post! Hopefully, Kobe and his team don’t choke when they face the Pistons. Yikes!
Are you surprised that the NBA will reschedule their game, HollywoodLifers? Does this prove that no one should doubt the power of Bieber?