A few weeks ago, Cleveland Cavs star LeBron James and New York Knicks center Enes Kanter began a little feud when James made comments saying Mavs’ rookie KDennis Smith Jr. should’ve been a Knick. Clearly a shot at Phil Jackson for his bad drafting choice, Kanter responded to James’ comments after taking it as a shot at teammate Frank Ntilikina. The Cavs and Knicks then played a few days later, where James and Kanter had a heated face-to-face exchange mid-game. That game ended with a couple of verbal shots at each other postgame, and both teams went on their way. Or so we thought… On Tuesday night, during the third quarter of a matchup against the Miami Heat, LeBron James was ejected for the first time in his 15-year, 1,082 game career. James argued a call with an official, punched in the air and threw out a couple vulgarities before getting tossed from the game.
Knicks’ Enes Kanter pokes fun at LeBron James’ first career ejection
Cavs Nation | Nov 29