LeBron James has two courtside Pacers fans ejected in overtime win over Indiana
A couple of fans sitting in the yard at Gainbridge Fieldhouse were kicked out Wednesday night after allegedly saying something to Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James.
James, in the middle of overtime overtime winning 124-116 over the Indiana Pacers, grabbed an official and walked straight to the two fans in their seats. James pointed directly at the two fans, who were then quickly ushered off the ground and out of the arena.
It wasn't exactly clear what the two fans were saying at first, although they clearly put James off.
They didn't seem too disturbed during their walk out of the arena either, and made faces to the crowd as they received small ovations on the way to the tunnel.
James didn't specify what exactly the fans did after the game, but did hint that they were using either obscene gestures or language. Both, he said, were not at all acceptable.
"Adding obscene gestures and language cannot be tolerated," said James of CBS4's Chris Widlic.
James finished Wednesday night with a season high of 39 points to lead the Lakers to victory. He lost eight of Los Angeles' twelve points in overtime, adding six assists and five rebounds. It was his first game back after being banned after an altercation with Pistons center Isaiah Stewart.
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