LeBron James and JaVale McGee could make the Los Angeles Lakers the laughingstock of the NBA on and off the court this season.

"South Park" recently made fun of James’ comments about the issue regarding the NBA and China. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone expressed their opinions on the same topic through the voices of their characters and decided to take aim at “The King.”

The buzz started when James addressed the NBA's relationship with China a few days ago. James’ sparked controversy he commented on a tweet from Rockets general manager Daryl Morey. According to James, Morey was "misinformed" and not "educated" about the situation.

South Park used a few of the notable quotes from James' media availability and used is the primary storyline for the Season 23 episode "Let Them Eat Goo."

In the said episode, South Park Elementary School switches from traditional lunches to healthier options. One of the main characters Eric Cartman, completely hates the idea. As a result, he engages in a shouting match with the students who fought for the new meals and claim they have the right to protest.

A vegan student told Cartman he had "a right to free speech" after Cartman complained their protest was "ruining" his lunch.

"Yes, we do have freedom of speech, but at times there are ramifications for the negative that can happen when you are not thinking about others and only thinking about yourself!" Cartman said on the show.

Cartman’s reaction on the episode is what exactly James had told reporters on Monday when asked about the ongoing conflict between China and the NBA.

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James gestures while playing against the Brooklyn Nets on October 10, 2019 at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai, China LeBron James Photo: AFP / HECTOR RETAMAL

Meanwhile, James’ teammate McGee pulled a unique trick against his former team during their most recent meeting at Staples Center. In the third quarter of the  Warriors' 126-93 preseason loss  to Lakers, McGee began limping and grabbing his left knee. The Lakers center went from crouched out of bounds to back in play in a flash to catch a pass from fellow big man Anthony Davis and throw down a dunk.

After the sneaky play, McGee, who is evidently the favorite subject of Lakers icon Shaquille O’Neal on “Shaqtin’ A fool,” once again added another comedic moment which will surely be remembered by NBA fans for the rest of the season. In fact, Sports Center hilariously suggested that the Lakers should run the same play during the regular season.

If the Lakers stars would be involved in more controversies like where James is at right now, and McGee pull more hilarious plays in the future, the team could be the laughingstock of the NBA althrough out the season.