Young Los Angeles Lakers players seemingly have a ton of time on their hands in their first full offseason in the NBA. And it’s bleeding over to Twitter, where a roast war has been raging between 2017 draft picks Kyle Kuzma and Josh Hart.
Back in April, Kuzma took to Twitter to make fun of Hart’s lisp and other factoids regarding the young guard. It was as mean as it was awesome.
I’m going to unfollow In real life if you don’t fix your lisp I’m tired of spit in my face https://t.co/HhsPWEqxzt
— kuz (@kylekuzma) April 27, 2018
Thank the lord for Twitter cause if you said this in person I would of been drowning in spit from your lisp take it easy selvester the cat https://t.co/oW0tSWMbN6
— kuz (@kylekuzma) March 22, 2018
Jeez, don’t kill him dude.
Well, Hart decided to ramp up the roasting a tad Saturday morning.
Just woke up….wanted to start my day off by saying @kylekuzma ugly as hell
— Josh Hart (@joshhart) May 5, 2018
This is team building in millennial form. But one has to wonder if either were raised under the belief of not saying anything at all if you have nothing nice to say.
If we expected the mature figure on the Lakers’ otherwise young team to step in, we’re sorely mistaken. After all, head coach Luke Walton is too busy playing beach volleyball.
Next up, Hart vs Kuzma on Drop the Mic. Please.