In Indiana, Two Fans Were Ejected For Crossing The Line During Overtime

Soon after, James buried the Pacers with a long three and a midrange bucket, effectively putting an end to Indiana's chances of a late comeback.

LeBron James returned to the court for the Lakers on Wednesday night against the Pacers in Indianapolis, fresh off a one-game suspension for slapping Pistons center Isaiah Stewart in the face, which sparked a ruckus in Detroit.
It wasn’t simple, as it has been for the Lakers on several times this season, as L.A. After rallying from a double-digit deficit in the second half to take a late lead, the team was forced into overtime for the second time this season on a wild Chris Duarte three-pointer.

During the overtime session, James took control as he appeared to get a little extra motivation from some rowdy supporters on the courtside. Those supporters eventually crossed the line with something they shouted to James, and he summoned an official and arena security to remove them from the game.

Soon after, James buried the Pacers with a long three and a midrange bucket, effectively putting an end to Indiana’s chances of a late comeback.

While we don’t know what was said to cause LeBron to bring an official over to get those supporters thrown out right now, we’ll find out soon enough when he speaks to the media after the game.
Last season’s “Courtside Karen” incident in Atlanta went viral, and this is the second time this calendar year that LeBron has had supporters expelled for statements that crossed the line.

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