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Hilarious reactions to LeBron's "Courtside Karen" tweet

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Shortly after LeBron James got into it with a group of courtside seated fans during the Lakers' road game in Atlanta, Juliana Carlos - the one who yelled at James - went on social media to share her side of the story, bashing the NBA superstar in a series of Instagram posts.

And while LeBron refused to add fuel to the fire during post-game interviews, saying an ejection might’ve been unnecessary, he did mock Carlos on his Twitter account, which led to the hashtag #CourtsideKaren trending worldwide, prompting some hilarious reactions from players, fans, as well as other public figures. Here are the best ones.

And a personal favorite of mine -- Richard Jefferson trolling LeBron by liking all of Juliana's Instagram posts. The internet stays undefeated.

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