As the dispute continued to grow this week, Alabama Head Coach Saban stated Wednesday that, when it came to Bama’s version of the barbershop series, “we’re going to continue to do it.”
Shortly after, LeBron responded by stating that “I’ll be damned if I’ll allow someone to use our platform or try to do the same thing we’re doing and just think it’s OK.”“The lawyers will figure it out,” The King added ominously.
Wednesday night, the Alabama football Twitter account unveiled what was the second episode of the series. The biggest change in the new series, a new name. What was previously called “Shop Talk” had been officially changed to “Bama Cuts.”
?? Bama Cuts: Episode 1 Part 2 available now!
Featuring: @juliojones_11 @EJackson_4 @Anderson_365 @CoachYeah @CalvinRidley1
Full video link: https://t.co/Mkd5KfwX2C
— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) April 5, 2018
The Power of LeBron has prevailed. Saban tried to act tough, but Bron is a business, man. You can’t win when the playing field isn’t even. Something Saban doesn’t have to deal with in college football. Looks like this little kerfuffle is closed.