UPDATE (Wednesday at 7pm) -- Immediately following the Kings' 116-112 overtime win over the Cavaliers, the Kings sent another trolling tweet poised to draw the ire of Cleveland.
"This one's for the Land..." they tweeted, with an image of an altered Cavaliers logo displaying an "L."
This one's for the Land... pic.twitter.com/GiJ2wSEoOZ— Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) January 26, 2017
The Kings visited the Cavaliers on Wednesday night and the team's official Twitter account had some fun at LeBron James' expense.
With less than seven minutes to play in the second quarter and the Kings up 35-32, James drove the lane, spun into a triple team and appeared to go down on his own while throwing the ball out of bounds. A tripping foul was called on Matt Barnes and James split the free throws.
"Jeez," broadcaster Jerry Reynolds said while watching the replay. "He was going to fall anyway. He wasn't tripped."
A few minutes later, the Kings tweeted an edited version of the highlight that features a cameo from NBA player Lance Stephenson, blowing on James as he falls over.
Stephenson infamously blew into James' ear when the Heat and Pacers squared off in the 2014 Eastern Conference Finals and James has a reputation for flopping dating back to the 2013 postseason when he was accused of embelishment by Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau.
First Joakim's free throw, now LBJ...smh pic.twitter.com/vSnXHN0LXO— Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) January 26, 2017