LeBron James: The superstar allowed fans to be kicked out of the game when they returned and hit a key three-pointer when the Lakers won overtime

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In Sunday’s game against the Detroit Pistons, the Los Angeles Lakers star returned to the game for the first time. The 36-year-old was eliminated in the 124-116 overtime victory over the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis. Any remaining frustration.
Despite the absence of Anthony Davis due to illness, James scored a season-high 39 points-7 of which were scored in overtime-as well as 6 assists and 5 rebounds, dragging his team. On the finish line.

Point guard Malcolm Brogdon scored for the Pacers with 28 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists, while Indiana trailed 8-12 in the East.

The Lakers were behind for most of the game, only leading for the first time late in the fourth quarter, and then the Pacers made shots against Justin Holiday and Chris Duarte in the final 30 seconds of the game. Two three-pointers dragged the game into overtime.

Entering James: The 17-time All-Star player defeated the Pacers by his own advantage in overtime. He hit two three-pointers at critical moments, and the Lakers stuck to their season record and maintained 10-10 record.

LeBron James made a shot in the second half against the Indiana Pacers.

Catapult drama

There was another expulsion in the Lakers game, but this time it was not a player. On Sunday, James was expelled from the country after face contact with Pistons star Isaiah Stewart-a quarrel that triggered Stewart’s confrontational reaction and a scuffle on the court.

Stewart was subsequently suspended for two games by the NBA for “escalating” the situation and “repeatedly and aggressively” chasing James, while James himself was suspended for one game for “recklessly hitting” the Pistons center forward in the face.

In the overtime game against the Pacers, James talked to the referee and seemed to gesture to the two fans sitting on the sidelines. The two were then escorted out by security guards from Gaine Bridgefield House.

James pointed to a pair of fans to the security, and then they were escorted out of the arena.

When asked about the matter after the game, James told reporters: “Cheering and booing opponents for loyal home fans is different from not hoping that opponents will succeed. Sometimes they use obscene gestures and words to cross the line.”

“In our game, no one should tolerate this situation. I will never tell the fans, nor should the fans tell the players.”

James further clarified the circumstances of his deportation on Sunday and revealed that he had not spoken to Stewart since the incident he said was completely “accidental.”

“I apologize to him, you saw what happened afterwards,” James said.

“This is absolutely accidental. I am not that type of player. I hate seeing things escalate later. I think I should be expelled because of what happened later… But I don’t think the suspension is necessary. .”

James was defended by the Pacers from Brogdon.

‘A trans-epoch performance’

Putting aside the catapult drama, Lakers coach Frank Vogel is happy that his superstar is back and has witnessed “thousands of years of performance.”

“I know he wants this’W’,” Vogel said.

“He really wants to play for the Knicks. He looks forward to it every year. So to rebound tonight, defend as a quarterback and attack in his own way-this is just a performance over the years.”

Elsewhere, the Golden State Warriors beat the Philadelphia 76ers 116-96. A family affair allowed Stephen Curry of the Warriors to surpass his younger brother Seth with 25 points, for the Western Conference leader’s fifth consecutive victory.

On the issue of consecutive on-bases, the Phoenix Suns continued their hot state with 14 consecutive victories-a 120-115 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers-and the Houston Rockets defeated the Chicago team by an amazing 118-113, which ended. 15 losing streak to the Bulls.


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