LeBron James Sides With Pineapples On The 'does Pineapple Belong On Pizza' Debate

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NBA 2019-20 news: Los Angeles Lakers' star LeBron James admits that he loves pineapples on his pizza, even though he is aware that people might disagree.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Even though the 'does pineapple belong on pizza?' debate might never be over, we at least have LeBron James' opinion now. LeBron James says he likes pineapple on pizza, though he is aware that some people might disagree with his opinion. He said he loves pineapple pizza and calls it 'so good'.

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NBA: LA Lakers' LeBron James sides with pineapples on the 'does pineapple belong on pizza' debate

Fans reacted hilariously, reacting with gifs and memes. Many fans tweeted back by saying that pineapple pizza is now their favourite thing, and they will surely try it. Some people, however, did not agree at all and could not believe James would prefer pineapple. Here is how fans reacted.

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LeBron James also co-owns the California-based pizza franchise 'Blaze Pizza'. James is one of the founding members of the company, and also acts as their spokesperson. Blaze Pizza was found in 2011. James is also leading the LA Lakers in the NBA 2019-20 season. He has an average of 25.7 points, 7.1 rebounds and career-high 11 assists. James recently became the fourth player in NBA history to complete 33,000 career points during their game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night. LA Lakers last played the Washington Wizards on Friday night. James finished the game with 23 points, 3 rebounds and 11 assists. 

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