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Bell smiled when he said the phrase

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    January 17, 2018 6:42 PM AEDT

    The Warriors and Cavs have faced each other in three straight NBA Finals, and are on a course to meet for several more. This naturally makes the two teams rivals of 2K MT, whether the players want to admit it or not. Incoming rookie Jordan Bell, who was drafted by the Bulls before being bought by Golden State, is already feeling comfortable with his new team. Gazettes Sports was with Bell during his NBA Draft party Thursday night, and filmed several moments of his celebration. But something they may have missed was Bell yelling, "F– Bron Bron" at a colleague.

    The phrase is obviously a reference to LeBron James, but you may not know it's connected to a song. Last year, rapper Mac Bari made a viral hit with the track, appropriately titled "F– Bron Bron", which is just basically a two and a half minute dis track toward the Cleveland All-Star.Bell smiled when he said the phrase, and it appeared to be more of an inside joke between friends sort of thing. But he clearly looks ready to join the Warriors in their quest to conquer the NBA, which will likely end in a showdown against James and the Cavs.

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