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LeBron James has two fans ejected from courtside seats during overtime win

LeBron James.Twitter @ESPNDeportes

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A new ejection occurred in a game with LeBron James as protagonist, however, this time it was not the Los Angeles Lakers star player who was penalized, two fans who were sitting in the front row were removed from the Gainbridge Fieldhouse after being accused by the “King” during overtime of his team’s victory over the Indiana Pacers.

I would never say it to a fan

– LeBron James

Something the fans said

It is still unclear what happened as the TV shot only showed James pointing at the two fans of the Pacers, a man and a woman while lip reading him saying “right (rude) here”, seconds later the perpetrators stood up and left the court, the woman made a gesture like a crying baby to James as he left the property.

In the press conference after the duel, LeBron James did not specify what happened but he did imply that something inappropriate was said to him by the spectators.

“I would never say it to a fan and a fan should never say it to a player,” James said.

The player who has been a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat prior to his arrival in Los Angeles mentioned that obscenities and inappropriate use of language should not be tolerated.

Pacers fans ejected.
Pacers fans ejected.Twitter @ESPNDeportes

Another controversy with LeBron in the spotlight

Controversy has filled sports media headlines when talking about LeBron James this week.

Last Sunday, in the Lakers’ win over the Detroit Pistons, LeBron was ejected for the second time in his brilliant career after letting loose with a premeditated elbow to the eye of center Isaiah Stewart, for this action James was suspended a game for the first time since he has played in the NBA.

After the incident with the fans, James took control of the game and with 39 points led the Lakers to a 124-116 win to even his team’s record on the season at 10 wins to 10 losses.

The Lakers and LeBron James won’t have to deal with opposing fans for a while as after a five-game road trip they return home starting Friday to face the Sacramento Kings.

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