Fan Kicked Out Of Cavaliers’ Game After Harassing LeBron James

Lakers star LeBron James

Not all Cav’s fans laid down the welcome mat for LeBron James on his first return to Cleveland since the 2018-19 season.

A man from Akron, Ohio, was thrown out of the Lakers-Cavs game at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse on Monday night after bringing several T-shirts that took offensive shots at James, according to Cleveland.com.

The 49-year-old man has not been identified or arrested at this time.

He was reported to arena security by several team staff, Cavs GM Kobe Altman, and Cavs players after saying that the man was screaming obscenities.

The shirts read “LeBron is a racist,” “LeBron is a narcissist,” “Gloria Goes West: Starring LBJ as king narcissist,” and a fourth shirt was held displaying a sexual innuendo.

He then became very aggressive with team security and began shouting at them while refusing to show them the shirts.

As the man was being escorted, he kept shouting profanities, lunged at a security guard, grabbed her hands, and hit her.

He refused to leave and attempted five different times to run back to the stadium and “burrow his way” through guards and officers.

The game was just the second in a seven-game road trip series for LA.

LeBron was unfazed, shooting 19-of-26 from the field and going 7-for-11 behind the arc for a season-high 46 points, 21 of which came in the fourth quarter, in a Lakers 115-108 victory.

Despite the strong performance, LosAngeles dropped their next two games to Philadelphia and Detroit before holding on in the last few seconds to defeat the Celtics in Boston.

The Lakers finish their road trip in Atlanta Monday night.