An incensed LeBron James stopped the Lakers’ game against the Pacers to complain to officials about two heckling fans in courtside seats before the pair was ejected from the arena.
The incident occurred during the overtime period of the Lakers’ 124-116 win against Indiana, where James hit several big shots en-route to a 39-point performance.
With the Lakers holding a 117-114 lead, James caused a stoppage in the game when he dragged a referee from the opposite side of the court to point out the two fans that had heckled him.
While his complaint was picked up by courtside microphones it wasn’t clear enough to decipher its exact nature.
The two Pacers fans, who were sitting courtside, were soon escorted out of the arena as play continued.
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