People Died Laughing Over LeBron Watching a Fight Between Warriors Fans After Game 2

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People Died Laughing Over LeBron Watching a Fight Between Warriors Fans After Game 2

"Security said not on his watch."

Published June 5, 2017

Dejected after his Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the Golden State Warriors, 132-113, in Game 2 of the NBA Finals to trail 2-0 in the series, LeBron James got more than he bargained for walking off the Oracle Arena court in Oakland last night.

That's because, as King James was trying to walk off the court and through the tunnel to the Cavs' locker room, a fight between two Warriors fans broke out right in front of him. Most hilarious of all was the moment aired on live TV on ABC.

LeBron almost couldn't believe what was happening, yet stopped for a few seconds to lay witness to the scrap. Instantly, security and even James's teammate J.R Smith made sure that Bron didn't get too close to the fans shooting the fair one.

The unexpected moment being captured on video was all that people needed to die laughing over King James being caught in the wrong place at the wrong time.

  1. All LeBron Was Trying to Do Was Walk Off the Court when this fight erupted

    You never know what's going to happen in the NBA Finals!

  2. Fans Instantly Shed Real Tears of Laughter

    We can't front ... it's hilarious that this fight broke out RIGHT in front of LeBron James.

  3. Then, there's this observation ...

    #Facts. Other NBA superstars would have ran in the other direction. All LeBron needed was some popcorn.

  4. Security and J.R. Smith were like ...

    Nope. Try another one.

  5. You already know that ABC producers were mortified

    This being caught on live TV with LeBron in the shot is too much.

  6. Lebron's Critics will probably use this as a way to get at him

    Anything to throw rocks at the King, right?

  7. To put the timing of this moment in perspective ...

    Down 2-0 against the Warriors is bad enough. LeBron didn't need to witness this mess.

Written by BET Staff

(Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)


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