Dan Gilbert and LeBron James have engaged in a not-so-veiled war of petty snipes since No. 23 ditched the Cavs. Each have taken swipes at the other over Twitter and through the media, but usually in a manner which allows them to claim that everyone just misunderstood what they meant.
Gilbert has been the most explicit of the two thanks to his infamous Comic Sans letter and his decision to discount the remaining LeBron Cavs Fatheads to $17.41, the birth year of Benedict Arnold.
Heat fans in search of a LeBron Fathead this year have been left stymied — there is no LeBron Miami Heat Fathead. Why? Another subtle move by Dan Gilbert, who owns Fathead, to irk LeBron?
No. It was LeBron's decision.