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sport news LeBron James reveals he wanted 'to hold the media accountable' for burying 1957 ... trends now
sport news LeBron James reveals he wanted 'to hold the media accountable' for burying 1957 ... trends now

sport news LeBron James reveals he wanted 'to hold the media accountable' for burying 1957 ... trends now

LeBron James reveals he wanted 'to hold the media accountable' for burying 1957 photo of Jerry Jones at an anti-integration clash in favor of Kyrie Irving's anti-Semitism row, saying the press is 'so quick to hold black athletes' responsible LeBron James expressed why he put the media on blast over double standards  The King was critical after not being asked to comment on a 65-year-old photo of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones recently surfaced at an anti-integration clash  James had been asked repeatedly about Kyrie Irving's 'anti-Semitic' tweet and made the point about a race double standard within the wider media Click here for all your latest international sports news from DailyMail.com 

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LeBron James explained why he slammed the media in a sudden outburst during the alternate coverage of Thursday Night Football. 

Just over a week ago, after the Lakers' 128-109 win over the Portland Trail Blazers, James accused media of a racist double standard after a recently surfaced photo showed Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones as a 14-year-old during a civil rights clash at his Little Rock high school in 1957.  

At the time, James inquired why he hadn't been asked about Jones, despite fielding questions for much of November about an African-American former teammate, Kyrie Irving, accused of anti-Semitism.

James refused to let reporters quiz him, or explain why they hadn't broached the topic with him, but finally added some context on The Shop's crossover with

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