Fans kicked out of Cavaliers game after harassing LeBron James
According to Cleveland (Cleveland.com), on Monday night, a man from Akron, Ohio, was kicked out of a Lakers Cavaliers game at the Rockets mortgage stadium after carrying a few T-shirts that shot James.
The 49-year-old man has not been found or arrested.
Several team staff, Cavaliers general manager Kobe Altman and Cavaliers players all reported to him that his arena is safe, because he said the man was obscene.
The shirts read “LeBron is a racist”, “LeBron is a narcissist”, “Gloria goes to the West: LBJ starring a narcissist”, and a shirt showing sexual allusion for the fourth time was held.
He then became very aggressive in terms of team safety and yelled at them while refusing to show them his shirt.
Accompanied by the man, he kept shouting profanity, rushed to the security guard, held her hand, and beat her.
He refused to leave and tried five different times to run back to the stadium and “dig holes” through guards and officers.
This game is only the second in a seven-game road trip series in Los Angeles.
LeBlanc He performed well. He made 19 of 26 field goals and 7 of 11 shots from beyond the three-point line. He scored a season-high 46 points, 21 of which came in the fourth quarter. The Lakers won 115-108.
Despite their outstanding performance, the Los Angeles team lost the next two games to Philadelphia and Detroit, and then persisted in the last few seconds, beating the Boston Celtics.
The Lakers completed their road trip in Atlanta on Monday night.
This post is written by Eric Magana