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    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Anthony Davis scored 25 points, Russell Westbrook added 23 and the Los Angeles Lakers overcame the absence of LeBron James to beat the Sacramento Kings 117-92 on Tuesday night. The Lakers sent James home earlier in the day after he was placed in the NBA’s health and safety protocol. But they got more than enough from their other two big stars and took over with a dominant third quarter to win back-to-back games for the first time since Nov. 8-10. The Kings took a 66-52 lead early in the third before the Lakers outscored them by 27 points over the final 9:15 of the quarter to take a 13-point lead heading into the fourth. Westbrook scored 11 points and Davis had eight during the stretch, including back-to-back baskets that gave Los Angeles the lead for good. Sacramento missed 17 of 18 shots from the field during a stretch that lasted into the fourth quarter. The Kings fell to 2-3 under interim coach Alvin Gentry. Richaun Holmes scored 27 points on 12-for-13 shooting in his...
    Fans hoping to see LeBron James face off against the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday were left wanting when the NBA announced the star Laker had entered “health and safety protocols.” Several sources told ESPN that James will “miss several games” with the Los Angeles Lakers due to the protocols, which may or may not have stemmed from a positive coronavirus test. The exact cause of James’s removal was not made known. According to current NBA mandates, a player must isolate for ten days if they test positive for the coronavirus. “After that period, a player must undergo a cardiac screening and reconditioning in order to be cleared to return to the court,” noted ESPN. “A player who tests positive could also clear protocol by returning two negative PCR tests within a 24-hour period.” LeBron James — who the Lakers are listing in health and safety protocols — is expected to miss several games, source tells ESPN. Players with positive Covid cases must be out a minimum of 10 days. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) December 1, 2021 This past September, LeBron...
    Getty Brooklyn Nets stars Kevin Durant (left) and James Harden (right) The Brooklyn Nets fell short of a miracle comeback against the Phoenix Suns in their last game so they came into Tuesday’s matchup with the New York Knicks with a chip on their shoulder. The Nets trailed the Knicks 61-60 going into halftime but came into the third quarter blazing hot as they kicked off the second half with a 14-0 run. Nets star Kevin Durant struggled in the first half as he shot just 2-9 from the field, but played a major role in the second half as he went on a run in the 4th quarter where he had scored 11 of the Nets last 13 points. The Nets went on to win the game 112-110 and hold firm to the top spot in the Eastern Conference. The latest Nets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Nets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Nets! Kevin Durant & James Harden Have Animated ExchangeThe Knicks trailed big in the contest but played their hearts...
    Getty James Conner (6) and Byron Murphy Jr. (7) celebrate Arizona's 23-13 victory in Seattle on November 21. James Conner is likely to be well-paid next season, and he’s hoping it’s by the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals running back didn’t come right out and say he only wants wants to play in Arizona next season, but he listed several reasons to return — the weather, his teammates and coaches, and a shot at a ring. “I want to win a Super Bowl here and let the chips fall where they may,” Conner told reporters Tuesday, November 30. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cardinals! Conner, 26, has made quite an impression in his first season with the Cardinals. He leads the team in rushing with 555 yards (50.5 per game) through 11 games and ranks second in the NFL with 12 rushing touchdowns. The former Pro Bowl RB with the Pittsburgh Steelers also has been a weapon in the passing game, making 18...
    Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James missed Tuesday’s game against the Sacramento Kings after entering the league’s health and safety protocols, the team announced. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James is ejected after fouling Detroit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) James, who could miss at least 10 days, would return sooner if he produces two negative COVID-19 tests over a 24-hour span. Before the start of the 2021-22 NBA season, James made it clear that he received the COVID-19 vaccine. "I know that I was very (skeptical) about it all, but after doing my research and things of that nature, I felt like it was best suited for not only me, but my family and my friends, and that's why I decided to do it," James told reporters back in September. Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James, right, tries to move past Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon during the second half of an...
    LEICESTER midfielder James Maddison was left fuming after his girlfriend pranked him by putting salt in his tea. The 25-year-old Foxes star asked his partner Kennedy to make him a drink because he was playing a game of pool. 4Kennedy said Maddison had asked for a cup of tea while he played poolCredit: https://www.tiktok.com/@kennedyalexa 4She then showed how she had pranked him with the salt in the tea 4Maddison was suspicious when he drank the tea as Kennedy was filmingCredit: https://www.tiktok.com/@kennedyalexa 4He then stormed off after drinking the compromised teaCredit: https://www.tiktok.com/@kennedyalexa But she decided to use it as an opportunity to wind up Maddison and made a TikTok of the incident. She captioned the first clip: "Boyf asked for a cup of tea because he was playing pool. She then added: "May have accidentally swapped the sugar for salt." Kennedy filmed Maddison suspiciously looking at the tea before he took a sip of it. And the Leicester man knew instantly what she had done as he spat it back into the cup and stormed out of the room. Maddison has...
    Tristan Thompson had a fan ejected from a basketball game in Memphis on Sunday after the fan allegedly heckled him about the Kardashians, just four days after LeBron James kicked two fans out of a game in Indiana for hurling insults at him. A noticeably perturbed Thompson is seen pointing out a courtside fan to stadium staff in video shared by TMZ of Sunday's game between the Sacramento Kings and Memphis Grizzlies. Game officials, Grizzlies personnel and NBA security then stop play to confront the fan. As they escort the fan out of the venue, he is seen raising a glass to the crowd. It is not clear what the fan said to Thompson, who shares 3-year-old daughter True with his ex-girlfriend Khloe Kardashian, but Grizzlies beat writer Drew Hill, of the Daily Memphian, tweeted that it had something to do with the Kardashians. Tristan Thompson had a fan ejected for allegedly making jabs about the Kardashians during a game in Mephis on Sunday Game officials, Grizzlies personnel and NBA security are seen stopping play to remove the fan, who...
    James ejected, fined for 'some bulls**t' A few days later James received a one-game suspension after striking and bloodying the face of Detroit Pistons' Isaiah Stewart: Lakers\u2019 LeBron James ejected for this blow to face of Pistons\u2019 Isaiah Stewartpic.twitter.com/fsRtNJgekF — Ben Golliver (@Ben Golliver) 1637541647 James later referred to the suspension as "some bulls**t," Reuters reported, after which the league publicly warned him against "using profane language during media availability." The outlet said James' one-game ban kept him off the court against the New York Knicks, who beat the Lakers 106-100 Tuesday. 'LeSnitch' and 'LeKaren' are born The very next day James was back in action in a road game against the Indiana Pacers — and James' troubles began where they left off. But this time King James was upset at heckling fans rather than opposing players. So upset, in fact, that he dragged a referee over to a couple sitting in the front row, pointed them out, and seconds later security was escorting a man and woman from the arena....
    What a week for LeBron James, whose actions caused the NBA to reprimand their golden boy for a second time in the span of seven days. Monday morning, notorious James critic Skip Bayless lauded the NBA and commissioner Adam Silver for slapping their superstar with a fine. The infraction occurred when James made an obscene gesture during his first game back from a league issued suspension. “I think the commissioner finally sat back and sad ‘I’m not gonna let even you get away with either of these things,’” Bayless told his Undisputed co-host Shannon Sharpe. Last week, James was ejected and suspended after he bloodied Detroit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart with a vicious elbow. During his first game back, James had two fans ejected from the Indiana Pacers crowd, claiming they directed obscene gestures and language at him. Later in the game, James returned the favor and made an obscene gesture of his own. Watch below via NBATV After draining a late three-pointer against Indiana, James stomped back down the court and firmly grabbed his groin area, mimicking the infamous...
    LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart had no Round 2 in the Lakers’ rematch with the Pistons. James was too busy making sure Los Angeles got the same decision he wasn’t around to see last week in Detroit. READ MORE: Michigan Matters: EV's Supercharging Impact Across Metro Detroit LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 28: Isaiah Stewart #28 of the Detroit Pistons defends against LeBron James #6 of the Los Angeles Lakers during the first half at Staples Center on November 28, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) James had 33 points, nine assists, and no confrontations with Stewart in the Lakers’ 110-106 victory Sunday night. Russell Westbrook had 25 points and nine assists, and Anthony Davis added 24 points and 10 rebounds. The Lakers returned to .500 with their second win over Detroit in eight days, rebounding from an embarrassing triple-overtime loss to Sacramento on Friday. “That Sac game lingered with us for a couple of days, giving that game away,” Davis said. “I think we did a good job defensively tonight, getting this kick-start to...
    LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart had no Round 2 in the Lakers' rematch with the Pistons. James was too busy making sure Los Angeles got the same decision he wasn't around to see last week in Detroit. James had 33 points, nine assists and no confrontations with Stewart in the Lakers' 110-106 victory Sunday night. Russell Westbrook had 25 points and nine assists, and Anthony Davis added 24 points and 10 rebounds. The Lakers returned to .500 with their second win over Detroit in eight days, rebounding from an embarrassing triple-overtime loss to Sacramento on Friday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "That Sac game lingered with us for a couple of days, giving that game away," Davis said. "I think we did a good job defensively tonight, getting this kick-start to a winning streak." Stewart was booed repeatedly and zealously by the Lakers' crowd, but he appeared to have no significant interactions with James after both players were ejected from the teams’ meeting in Detroit a week earlier for an ugly altercation. James was assessed a Flagrant-2...
    Los Angeles Lakers fans booed Isaiah Stewart of the Detroit Pistons a week after the infamous pull-apart. Last week, the Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons garnered a ton of attention after LeBron James struck Isaiah Stewart in the face. That led to Stewart breaking away from his team to try and get at the Lakers star. Both James and Stewart were ejected and earned their respective suspensions. On Sunday, the two teams met once again, this time in Hollywood. When Stewart stepped up to the free throw line, Lakers fans mercilessly booed him. Lakers fans are letting Isaiah Stewart hear it tonight ???? (via @kylegoon)pic.twitter.com/0Uh8Bj9qgm — Yahoo Sports NBA (@YahooSportsNBA) November 29, 2021 Lakers fans boo Isaiah Stewart in anticipated rematch with Pistons In their last meeting, James struck Stewart in the face during a free throw attempt, drawing blood in the process. Stewart was incensed, as he tried to run towards James a number of times. But, he was pushed back into the hallways of Little Caesars Arena and ultimately ejected from the game. James was ejected with...
    The Lakers welcome the Pistons to Staples Center on Sunday, Nov. 28 for the rematch between LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart. Suffice it to say that sparks flew the last time we saw the Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons play one another. That, of course, was the game in which LeBron James elbowed Isaiah Stewart in the face, inciting an all-out brawl and wild scene in the Motor City. On Sunday, Nov. 28, we get the rematch in LA. While fans will be looking for more fireworks, the fact of the matter is that the basketball is more important, especially for the Lakers. With LeBron back from his suspension and Anthony Davis healthy, the team needs to rebound from underperforming early and start to go on a run to make up ground in the Western Conference. As for the Pistons, we know that this team is rebuilding and not quite at a place with the roster where they can compete. Still, they hope Cade Cunningham and a young core can step up against these stars and show some positive...
    Getty Images Lakers star LeBron James. The Los Angeles Lakers face the Detroit Pistons on Sunday night in a game that will have some extra eyeballs on it considering how their last tilt went. While on most nights it would be the Lakers’ 17-point comeback that would have been the story, it was instead the scrap between superstar LeBron James and Pistons big man Isaiah Stewart that stole the headlines. James struck Stewart with a hard blow while jostling for a rebound. It left Stewart bloodied and enraged, attempting to chase down James multiple times, bullying through security, his teammates and other Lakers players. The November 21 incident resulted in James being suspended for one game and Stewart banned for two. Now, they’ll see each other again for the first time since on Sunday night and the Lakers have “raised awareness” of possible retaliation. “To me, it’s just about raised awareness. We are all pros in this,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel told reporters prior to Sunday’s game. “I don’t anticipate anything like that but we’ll have raised awareness.”Stewart...
    The NBA said Sunday the fans who were ejected from the Indiana Pacers game against the Los Angeles Lakers after LeBron James got officials’ attention over what they allegedly said to him were removed for "violating the NBA Fan Code of Conduct." NBA spokesman Mike Bass made the revelation in a statement to The Athletic. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM An unidentified fan is removed from the arena following a disturbance involving LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers during the game against the Indiana Pacers  at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Nov. 24, 2021, in Indianapolis. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images) The fans crossed the line with their trash-talking to James, making inappropriate remarks to him but will face no lifetime ban or further consequences, The Athletic reported, citing sources. The incident occurred Wednesday when the Lakers defeated the Pacers. The fans were sent home early from the Gainbridge Fieldhouse after they allegedly said something to James that may have gone too far. James called referees and security over to eject the two fans from their courtside seats during...
    Getty Images Lakers star LeBron James. A viral clip emerged this week of Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James getting a pair of Indiana Pacers fans ejected and the league has announced their findings. NBA spokesman Mike Bass said the two fans were, “ejected for violating the NBA Fan Code of Conduct,” per Shams Charania of The Athletic. Charania reported that the two fans made inappropriate comments and gestures toward Lakers star LeBron James, but no lifetime ban or further consequence is expected. Sources said the two fans made inappropriate comments and gestures toward Lakers star LeBron James. No lifetime ban or further consequence is expected. https://t.co/O2qALhjWSV — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) November 28, 2021 The broadcast caught James grabbing the referee and guiding him over to a man and a woman sitting courtside. Midway through overtime the Lakers star pointed at the duo and could be heard saying, “right f–-king here.” A worker from the arena came and escorted the duo off the floor.Fans Were Allegedly Talking About LeBron James’ Son James briefly discussed what happened after the game...
    Getty Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James argues with an official during a 2020 game. The Los Angeles Lakers received another vintage performance from Russell Westbrook on November 26. In 51 minutes of play against the Sacramento Kings, the former NBA MVP scored 29 points on 10-of-18 shooting while adding 11 assists, 10 rebounds and two steals. It was arguably his best performance in the purple and gold, but it still wasn’t enough to carry the Lake Show to the win. Instead, the Kings prevailed in triple overtime, 141-137. As a result, Los Angeles now finds itself below the .500 mark for the year at 10-11. There were a number of factors that contributed to the Lakers losing, however, the officials clearly played a role in sealing the team’s fate as well. In the wake of the loss, the league’s Last Two Minute Report revealed a handful of blown calls during crunch time. There were two, in particular, that may have swung the game in the Lakers’ favor had they been called correctly on the floor.The Extra Point...
    Just when you thought LeBron James couldn’t get any worse, he does. During the same game on Wednesday night where he got two fans ejected from the game, LeBron James engaged in a disgusting act (forgive my inner Joe Buck) that will serve to remind everyone why he will never be revered the same way Michael Jordan is, no matter how great he is. During the Lakers 124-116 victory over the Pacers, James grabbed his crotch while running down the floor, a move that has earned him a $15,000 fine from the league. The NBA has fined LeBron James $15,000 for making an "obscene gesture" during the Lakers win over Indiana pic.twitter.com/7Wqts1RklV — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) November 27, 2021 What a child. Actually, no, a child would probably know better. Incredibly, LeBron’s crotch dance was arguably not his worst look of the night. Here he is getting two fans ejected from the game. LeBron is not happy with these Pacers fans pic.twitter.com/ymuiIquZi9 — NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) November 25, 2021 It appears that in addition to death and taxes, we can...
    LeBron James gave himself an honest assessment after the Los Angeles Lakers’ triple-overtime loss to the Sacramento Kings on Friday. James led the team with 30 points on 10-of-25 shooting. He added seven rebounds and 11 assists in 50 minutes but was only 2-of-13 from the three-point line. Los Angeles lost the game 141-137. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Sacramento Kings center Alex Len (25) dunks between Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (6) and guard Wayne Ellington (2) during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Friday, Nov. 26, 2021. The Kings won 141-137 in triple overtime. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu) "I felt like I played a horrible game individually, and I hold myself to a higher standard than that," James said, via ESPN. "I've got to do better for this team, especially when we're going through what we're going through on the floor." James added: "It's always a miss or a make situation. Obviously, people see the highlights and say, 'Oh, he missed that.' But I thought the looks that...
    (CNN)LeBron James' celebration of Thursday's overtime victory over the Indiana Pacers has landed the Los Angeles Lakers forward with a fine from the NBA.The $15,000 punishment was handed to James "for making an obscene gesture on the playing court," said the NBA in a statement on Friday.'The incident occurred with 1:17 remaining in the fourth quarter of the Lakers' 124-116 overtime win against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday at Gainbridge Fieldhouse," said the NBA statement.James made the gesture after making a deep three-point shot.The NBA has consistently fined players between $15,000 to $25,000 for performing a routine popularized by former NBA star Sam Cassell when he was playing for the Milwaukee Bucks, reported The Athletic.Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James (6) in action during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021, in Indianapolis.Read MoreJames was also warned for using "profane language during media availability in response to league imposed discipline," according to Byron Spruell, who is president of the NBA's League Operations in the NBA statement.Last weekend, James was ejected after his...
    Robert Covington was fined $15,000 Friday for throwing his face mask at a National Basketball Association official during a game Wednesday, according to NBA officials . The Portland Trail Blazers' Covington, the team's power forward, was fined $15,000 for throwing his face mask at an NBA official during a game against the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday, where he was ejected and assessed a technical foul at the end of the game's second quarter. The Trail Blazers lost the game 121-125 after the team replaced Covington with Larry Nance Jr. Toronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse was fined $50,000 earlier this year for throwing his face mask behind the scorer's table and using profanity at game officials. LEBRON JAMES AND ISAIAH STEWART FACE SUSPENSIONS AFTER ON-COURT CLASH The Los Angeles Lakers' Lebron James was also fined $15,000 on Friday for making an obscene gesture during a Wednesday game against the Indiana Pacers. The gesture was a provocative dance move, the "Sam Cassell dance," James made celebrating a three-point shot toward the end of the game, which had...
    Getty LeBron James continues to emphasize he did not intentionally hit Isaiah Stewart. It has been nearly a week since the altercation between LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart during the Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons matchup, but the two players are still exchanging opinions on what transpired. After Stewart maintained his belief that James hit him in the face intentionally, the Lakers star continued to maintain that it was accidental. James also discussed the Lakers’ upcoming November 28 rematch with the Pistons, emphasizing that he does not expect anything out of the ordinary. “I don’t go into a game and make it an individual thing,” James detailed during his November 26 press conference. “I saw his comments today and he felt it was intentional or wasn’t an accident, going [on the] record again saying it was. The actual chop down was on purpose to get his arm off of me. That part was on purpose but the point of my hand hitting his face was not on purpose. You can literally go through numerous of plays...
    Getty LeBron James, Lakers You might have heard, with all the changes the Lakers have had heading into this NBA season, it’s going to take time for the team to come together as a group and begin playing its best. You’ve probably heard it because it seems that the Lakers say it after every loss—the latest came at home against the dysfunctional Kings—despite the fact that, at 10-11, we are now past the quarter-pole mark of the season. Time. Big picture. Triple-overtime loss to Sacramento. Blah. Blah. Blah. Thankfully, one reporter in the Lakers’ postgame press conferences, apparently Dan Woike of the L.A. Times, had the temerity to call out the team’s insistence that prosperity is just around the corner even as things look so grim. Play LeBron James Postgame – Says Lakers will be okay | Lakers lost to the Kings in triple OTLeBron James Postgame | Lakers Vs Kings2021-11-27T08:19:48Z Woike asked LeBron James, “Is the calm really there or is that you guys just putting on a happy face about the issues?” And in James’...
    Getty Images Head coach Frank Vogel of the Los Angeles Lakers. The Los Angeles Lakers fell in triple-overtime to a shorthanded Sacramento Kings squad on Friday night, dropping the squad to 10-11 this season and leading to much talk about coach Frank Vogel’s future with the team. Lakers legend James Worthy was among those to call out Vogel’s tactics after the game. “He’s got to take control of this, call plays and make sure they are getting good shots. He has to make sure they are versatile and not so one-dimensional and predictable. Because that’s all I’m seeing right now,” Worthy said on the Spectrum SportsNet postgame. “I don’t think they can get themselves out of this as players because they’ve had enough opportunities. They have leadership but got some kind of virus going on. If they don’t get ahold of it, every team that comes into Staples Center is going to have a lot of confidence that in four quarters, they can beat this team.” James Worthy calls out Frank Vogel pic.twitter.com/loXwsjdBTU — Robert (7-4) ????????⏳ (@RobertRaymond46)...
    NEW YORK — LeBron James was fined $15,000 for an obscene gesture Friday by the NBA, which also warned the Lakers superstar about using profane language. James made the gesture after making a shot late in Los Angeles' 124-116 overtime victory in Indiana on Wednesday night. He had missed a loss at New York a night earlier after he was suspended one game for hitting Detroit center Isaiah Stewart in the face and drawing blood last Sunday. He used profanity in his postgame interview after the victory in Indiana when discussing the suspension. ‘LESNITCH' TRENDS AFTER LEBRON JAMES GETS PACERS FANS EJECTED FOR ALLEGEDLY GOING TOO FAR HECKLING Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James (23) drives against the San Antonio Spurs during the first half of an NBA basketball game, in San Antonio, Dec. 7, 2018. (Associated Press) CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Also Friday, the NBA fined Portland's Robert Covington $15,000 for throwing his facemask at a referee Wednesday. He was given a technical foul and ejected for that action, with 49 seconds left in...
    Following his first game back from a suspension, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has been hit with a fine from the NBA for an “obscene gesture.” After a suspension for a notable altercation that involved LeBron James and Isiah Stewart of the Detroit Pistons, James was able to return to action for the Los Angeles Lakers when they beat the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday. Unfortunately for James and the Lakers, their star is once again the focal point of some more criticism after an “obscene gesture” and a bit of postgame profanity during a media availability following the win. According to a statement from the NBA’s PR twitter account, James has been fined $15,000 for a gesture that occurred with a little over a minute on the clock in the fourth quarter of the Lakers’ 124-116 overtime win Wednesday. The following was released by the NBA pic.twitter.com/zdlvoJQUs3 — NBA Communications (@NBAPR) November 27, 2021 The gesture in question is a fairly obvious reference to Sam Cassell’s famous (or infamous, depending on who you ask) celebration. But even though the NBA...
    (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Lakers forward LeBron James has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for making an obscene gesture during the team’s win against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday. READ MORE: Black Friday Safety: More 'Smash-And-Grab' Robberies Prompt Increase In Mall Security, Pleas To Be Aware While ShoppingJames, who was suspended one game by the league after he elbowed Detroit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart on Sunday, which led to an on-court skirmish, sealed the win for Los Angeles with a three-point field goal in overtime. READ MORE: Towering Musical Theater Master Stephen Sondheim Dies At 91The NBA has also warned James about using profane language. After the victory in Indiana, James used profanity during his post-game interview when talking about the one-game suspension. The Lakers superstar is averaging 24.6 points, 6.1 assists and 5 rebounds per game for Los Angeles in nine games this season. MORE NEWS: 'No Employees Showing Up Today': Customers Who Prepaid For Thanksgiving Meals At Rancho Cucamonga Boston Market Find The Store ClosedHe has...
    Getty Images Isaiah Stewart of the Detroit Pistons is restrained after receiving a blow to the face by LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers. LeBron James has maintained the contact he made with Isaiah Stewart that left the Pistons big man bloodied and enraged was accidental. Stewart thinks otherwise, which he shared in his first comments to the media following his scuffle with the Los Angeles Lakers star. “This is going to be my last time addressing it. I watched the film, me personally, I don’t feel like that was an accident,” Stewart told reporters on Friday. “My main focus right now is on my team, my teammates and getting back to playing basketball. I’m not going to let that define who I am. I’m going to let what Detroit drafted me for define who I am and the way I play basketball. I don’t want to address that no more. My main focus is on helping my teammates and coaches.” “I didn’t feel like it was an accident.” Isaiah Stewart spoke to the media for...
    Getty LeBron James, Lakers The Lakers managed what you might call their first “real” NBA win in two weeks on Tuesday in Indiana, beating a Pacers team that had won two straight and doing so on the road without Anthony Davis in the lineup. Before that, the Lakers had gone 2-5 in their previous seven games, their only wins coming against the Spurs and Pistons, teams with a combined 8-27 record. Coming back from a one-game suspension after his tussle with Detroit’s Isaiah Stewart—the Lakers lost to the Knicks in the game James missed, dropping back below .500 on the season—James dominated with 39 points on 13-for-29 shooting, making five of the 12 3-pointers he attempted. He added six assists and five rebounds on the night, which saw the Lakers win in overtime. Play LeBron James EPIC 39 PTS 6 AST Full Highlights vs Pacers ????Los Angeles Lakers vs Indiana Pacers – Full Game Highlights | November 24, 2021 | 2021-22 NBA Season ???? SHOP OUR MERCH: hoh.world ???? Follow our Instagram: instagram.com/houseofhighlights ???? Follow our TikTok:...
    MANCHESTER UNITED face possibly the biggest test of the season on Sunday. The Red Devils travel to Stamford Bridge to take on Thomas Tuchel’s flying Chelsea. 8Reece James has been in stunning form on Chelsea's right this seasonCredit: Getty 8Manchester United's midfield will need to keep things tight on SundayCredit: Getty The blockbuster clash will be caretaker Michael Carrick’s first Premier League game in charge since he replaced the sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. And while he may have masterminded a 2-0 victory over Villarreal in Tuesday’s Champions League action, this weekend represents an entirely different challenge. Tuchel has put together a ruthless goalscoring machine in West London - flanked by his ferocious flying wing-backs. Right-sided Reece James is fast becoming one Europe’s most potent attacking threats with his goal-getting exploits out wide. And Ben Chilwell has surely surpassed United’s Luke Shaw as first choice for England on the left. There was a small chink of hope for Carrick when Chilwell appeared to injure his knee badly in Chelsea’s 4-0 demolition of Juventus this week. CASHING IN States issue 'surprise holiday...
    You saw LeBron James’ game-winning three-pointer against the Indiana Pacers. Now, take a look at this angle of the shot from a fan. If you thought a one-game suspension was going to slow down LeBron James, he proved you wrong on Wednesday night. With the Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers in overtime, James hit a clutch, three-point shot to essentially clinch the victory. We are sure you have seen the replay of the shot via broadcast. But take a look at the angle from a fan who was in attendance at Gainbridge Fieldhouse for the game. Got to see it live. Goat @KingJames pic.twitter.com/bDhgva0FCD — Tony Hams (@thams95) November 25, 2021 Check out this fan angle of LeBron James’ game-winning three-pointer In case you were wondering what the shot and James’ “Silencer” celebration looked like live, now you know. James was making his return from a one-game suspension after he struck Isaiah Stewart in the face, leaving him bloodied, during this past Sunday’s game against the Detroit Pistons. That led to Stewart being incensed, trying to get to James...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A North Texan homeless veteran has landed his dream job, and his story was told during the Dallas Cowboys game Thursday, Nov. 25. In a halftime video from Ford Motor Company, James Brown, an Air Force veteran who faced challenges upon his return, including homelessness, was delivered the good news. READ MORE: DFW Area First Responders, Families Treated To Thanksgiving Meals James Brown (credit: Ford, NFL and Dallas Cowboys) Dallas Cowboys players Trevon Diggs and CeeDee Lamb joined Ford Motor Company and the Salvation Army to inform Brown by phone he will receive a two-year scholarship for the Ford ASSET program to become a licensed technician and have a guaranteed job with Sam Pack’s Five Star Ford of Carrollton. READ MORE: Miles Before Meals For Thousands Of North Texans Thanksgiving Morning Dallas Cowboys players Trevon Diggs and CeeDee Lamb joined Ford Motor Company and the Salvation Army to tell James Brown the good news. (credit: Ford, NFL and Dallas Cowboys) The Salvation Army gave Brown the opportunity for a warm and safe home, and...
    Mere days after getting himself ejected from a game, LeBron James got two fans in Indiana ejected from a game. During Wednesday’s Lakers 124-116 victory over the Pacers, James directed officials to a pair of fans seated in the very expensive courtside area and had them ejected. LeBron is not happy with these Pacers fans pic.twitter.com/ymuiIquZi9 — NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) November 25, 2021 James claims that the fans made “obscene” gestures towards him on the floor. “When obscene gestures and language come into it, (it) can’t be tolerated,” James told media. “There’s a difference from cheering for your team and not wanting the other team to win and things I would never say to a fan and they shouldn’t say to me.” The pair seemed surprised by James’ insistence that they leave. The female fan even pouted on her way off the floor. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – NOVEMBER 24: An unidentified fan is removed from the arena following a disturbance involving LeBron James #6 of the Los Angeles Lakers during the game against the Indiana Pacers at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on...
    As the saying goes, snitches get ... criticized on social media. The hashtag "LeSnitch" is trending on Twitter as users call out NBA star LeBron James for apparently getting referees Wednesday to eject two courtside fans. James, who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, was just back from a suspension for hitting a Detroit Pistons player. It was overtime in one of James's best games of the season, defeating the Indiana Pacers 124-116, and it's unclear why the fans were kicked out. He was seen speaking with an official, pointing at two fans who had been near him while he was in the middle of a play. When security led the two off the court, one of the fans imitated a baby crying. LEBRON JAMES MOCKS KYLE RITTENHOUSE FOR CRYING ON THE STAND, SAYS 'THAT BOY' ATE 'LEMON HEADS' BEFORE TRIAL LeBron is not happy with these Pacers fans pic.twitter.com/ymuiIquZi9— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) November 25, 2021 Twitter users condemned James, with some saying he can stand up to basketball fans supporting the league but not to China. #Lesnitch...
    LeBron James has been known as "The King, "The Chosen One" and "The Akron Hammer." But on Wednesday night, he was dubbed by some NBA fans as "LeSnitch." The Los Angeles Lakers star sent two Indiana Pacers fans home early from the Gainbridge Fieldhouse after they allegedly said something to James that may have gone too far. James called referees and security over to eject the two fans from their courtside seats during the overtime period. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM LeBron James of the  Los Angeles Lakers points out fans that he had a disturbance with to security during the game against the Indiana Pacers  at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Nov. 24, 2021, in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images) "There’s a difference between cheering on your home faithful, booing opponents, not wanting your opponents to be successful and there’s then moments where it goes outside the line with obscene gestures and words," James told reporters after getting the 124-116 victory, via USA Today. "That shouldn’t be tolerated in our game from nobody. I would never say...
    LeBron James returned from a one-game suspension on Wednesday and made clear he didn’t believe he should’ve missed any games over the incident between the Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons on Sunday. James and Pistons center Isaiah Stewart got tangled up in the third quarter on Sunday and the Lakers superstar elbowed Stewart in the eyeball. The hit caused Stewart to become irate and try to go after James a few times. Stewart was also bleeding from his eye. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Isaiah Stewart of the Detroit Pistons is restrained after receiving a blow to the face by LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers during the third quarter of the game at Little Caesars Arena on Nov. 21, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan. (Nic Antaya/Getty Images) Both players were suspended – James getting a one-game ding while Stewart got two. On Wednesday night, after James got two Indiana Pacers fans kicked out of the game, he defended himself over the incident over the weekend. LEBRON JAMES GETS 2 YOUNG PACERS FANS TOSSED FROM...
    LeBron James pulled off a humiliating move Wednesday night during a 124-116 win over the Pacers. During the victory for the Lakers, the four-time NBA champion had a pair of fans sitting court side removed. According to the New York Post, it’s not known what the pair did, but the woman was seen fake pouting while being thrown out. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) You can watch the pathetic moment below. LeBron is not happy with these Pacers fans pic.twitter.com/ymuiIquZi9 — NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) November 25, 2021 What an absolutely pathetic move from LeBron. What is this dude’s problem? Imagine being an NBA superstar and hating the fans so much you have them thrown out. Unless the fans are an immediate threat to you, there’s no reason to ever have them thrown out. LeSnitch and LeCringe pic.twitter.com/X5aGcuSqZP — ann ♡ (@devinsloml) November 25, 2021 I don’t care what they say to you. I don’t care what your interactions are as long as they’re safe. If you can’t handle fans chirping, then...
    (CNN)A season-high tally and getting two fans ejected -- a return from suspension was always going to make LeBron James the center of attention, but even by his standards, Wednesday night was eventful. The LA Lakers star was back on court for the first time following his second-ever career ejection against the Detroit Pistons on Sunday, and the 36-year-old exorcised any leftover frustrations in a 124-116 overtime victory over the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis.Despite the absence of Anthony Davis through illness, James stepped up with a season-high 39 points -- seven of which came in overtime -- as well as six assists and five rebounds to drag his team over the line.Point guard Malcolm Brogdon led scoring for the Pacers with 28 points, seven rebounds and two assists, as Indiana falls to 8-12 in the East.The Lakers trailed for the majority of the game, only nudging ahead for the first time late in the fourth quarter before two three-pointers in the closing 30 seconds from Pacers pair Justin Holiday and Chris Duarte sent the game into overtime. Read MoreEnter James:...
    Getty Images LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers. LeBron James had heard enough from a pair of fans during the Los Angeles Lakers‘ 124-116 overtime victory against the Indiana Pacers, getting the courtside duo ejected on Wednesday. The broadcast caught James grabbing the referee and guiding him over to a man and a woman sitting courtside. Midway through overtime the Lakers star pointed at the duo and could be heard saying, “right f–cking here.” A worker from the arena came and escorted the duo off the floor. When are fans going to learn that going at LeBron ALWAYS ends poorly lol. Did Courtside Karen and that random Cavs scout teach you NOTHING?pic.twitter.com/Q7m51oMJLA — Harrison Faigen (@hmfaigen) November 25, 2021 James briefly discussed what happened after the game but didn’t go into detail. However, he made it clear that they went over the line. “I mean, nothing is uncomfortable for me,” James said, “but there is a difference between cheering on your home faithful, or booing opponents or things of that nature, not wanting your opponents to be...
    Getty Images LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers. LeBron James was not happy with the NBA for suspending him following a dust-up with Detroit Pistons big man Isaiah Stewart, sounding off Wednesday following the Los Angeles Lakers victory against the Pacers. The suspension was the first of James’ storied career, sidelining him for the Lakers’ matchup against the Knicks on Tuesday. “I mean, it’s some bulls—. But whatever,” James told Dave McMenamin of ESPN. James maintains that the contact was accidental, although his apology went unnoticed when Stewart — who received a two-game ban — went crazy trying to start a fight. “There was a boxout on the free throw line. His elbow got kind of high, it got me — if you look, if you watch the film — it got me off balanced a little bit, and his elbow lifted my arm, and I basically tried to swim move, swim down on him, on his arm,” James told reporters. “And when I swung down on his arm, he got off balance and the left side...
    LeBron James's Thanksgiving week got worse on Wednesday when he ordered two young fans be kicked out the arena for abusive language - three days after receiving his first ever suspension.  James, 36, was two minutes from the end of his game for the LA Lakers against the Indiana Pacers at the stadium in Indiana. He is seen gesturing to the referee and marching him over to where two young fans were sitting courtside. He points to them, yelling: 'This one, right f****** here!'  Scroll down for video  LeBron James on Wednesday night, during a game against the Indiana Pacers, ordered that two young fans leave their courtside seats The 36-year-old pointed out the pair, saying: 'This one, right f****** here!' A court official approached and told the two that they needed to leave the arena James gestured angrily, insisting that the pair be kicked out The man seemed amused by the debacle, and the woman he was with mocked James with a crying face The Pacers fans laughed off being evicted from the arena, although it was unclear what they said...
    LeBron James, the Los Angeles Lakers star, had two fans ejected during his team’s overtime victory on Wednesday night in a game against the Indiana Pacers.  Reports indicated that it was not obvious what the fans did to aggravate James, who altered one of the referees about the incident. After the game, James said, "I would never say it to a fan and a fan should never say it to a player," according to TMZ. An unidentified fan is removed from the arena following a disturbance involving  LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers during the game against the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) (Getty) The report said the interaction occurred with two minutes remaining in overtime. James just sunk a three-pointer to give the Lakers the lead. He could be seen in a video walking over to the sidelines with the referee pointing at two young fans. One pretends to be crying while being led out. James is no stranger to unpleasant interactions with fans. In August video emerged of the star forward...
    LeBron James stopped a tight overtime battle between the Lakers and the Pacers to get two fans thrown out for saying something allegedly obscene. Something went down between LeBron James and two Pacers fans sitting courtside during Wednesday night’s overtime game. It ended with the Lakers star waving down a ref and getting the fans kicked out with just over two minutes left in overtime.LeBron James got two Pacers fans kicked outBron got em KICKED OUT ????(via @ActionNetworkHQ) pic.twitter.com/FcW5OyAyBt — Overtime (@overtime) November 25, 2021 After the game, which Los Angeles won 124-116, James declined to share exactly what the fans had done to prompt their removal. In vague terms, he said they crossed a line with obscene gestures and words. LeBron on the fans ejected-“There’s a difference between booing and moments where it goes outside the line. It shouldn’t be tolerated.” pic.twitter.com/S9MuQqbe9p — Tyler Smith (@TylerSmith_ISL) November 25, 2021 LeBron doesn’t mind being heckled by opposing fans but the Indiana fan he got ejected tonight was: “Outside the line with obscene gestures and words." — Lakers Nation...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — LeBron James made the tie-breaking 3-pointer in overtime and followed with a back-breaking 3 in his return from the first suspension of his career to help the Los Angeles Lakers beat Indiana 124-116 on Wednesday night. James finished with 37 points on 13-of-29 shooting and had six assists and five rebounds, with the Lakers playing without Anthony Davis because of flu-like symptoms. READ MORE: Five Injured In Crash On Freeway In Sylmar AreaOn Sunday night in a victory at Detroit, James was ejected from for striking Pistons center Isaiah Stewart in the face and drawing blood. The NBA suspended him a game and he sat out the Lakers’ loss at New York on Tuesday night. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) The Lakers finished a five-game trip with their second victory in six games. Malcolm Brogdon led Indiana with 28 points, and Chris Duarte had 17. Indiana never trailed until Malik Monk’s go-ahead 3 with 4:35 left in regulation. READ MORE: Last Minute Thanksgiving Shoppers Brave Long Lines, Higher Prices And Some Product ShortagesBut the...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — LeBron James made the tiebreaking 3-pointer in overtime and followed with a back-breaking 3 in his return from the first suspension of his career to help the Los Angeles Lakers beat Indiana 124-116 on Wednesday night. James finished with 37 points on 13-of-29 shooting and had six assists and five rebounds, with the Lakers playing without Anthony Davis because of flu-like symptoms. On Sunday night in a victory at Detroit, James was ejected from for striking Pistons center Isaiah Stewart in the face and drawing blood. The NBA suspended him a game and he sat out the Lakers’ loss at New York on Tuesday night. The Lakers finished a five-game trip with their second victory in six games. Malcolm Brogdon led Indiana with 28 points, and Chris Duarte had 17. Indiana never trailed until Malik Monk’s go-ahead 3 with 4:35 left in regulation. But the Lakers sure didn’t play championship basketball. Instead, the game had all the trademarks of a pre-holiday contest at the end of a long trip — inconsistent play, sloppiness and at times...
    Getty Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James. An unlikely debate has broken out after LeBron James’ elbow to Isaiah Stewart’s face led to a brawl between the Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons. With the scuffle now in the past, it’s become a major talking point around the NBA. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith believed that the fact that Stewart was so intent on fighting LeBron shows that he isn’t “feared” around the league. “In my estimation, from the people that I’ve spoken to covering the league, [LeBron] has never been feared. … With LeBron, you believe you can take him. You believe he can be had,” Smith said on First Take. There’s no history to suggest that LeBron is much of a fighter but he is 6-foot-9 and 250 pounds. Not exactly the smallest target to pick a fight with even if he has no idea how to throw a punch. While Smith is claiming that LeBron isn’t feared, many have come out in defense of the Lakers star, including former teammate Kendrick Perkins. Perkins called Smith a liar...
    James Madison (5-1) vs. Murray State (4-1) , Community School of Naples, Naples, Florida; Wednesday, 2:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: James Madison and Murray State will go at it in a postseason game at Community School of Naples. Murray State earned an 80-43 win over Long Beach State in its most recent game, while James Madison won 78-76 against Wright State in its last outing. LEADING THE CHARGE: The Dukes are led by the senior duo of Vado Morse and Takal Molson. Morse is averaging 12.3 points and two steals while Molson is putting up 9.4 points, 4.8 rebounds and two steals per game. The Racers have been led by juniors Tevin Brown and KJ Williams. Brown has averaged 19.4 points and 5.2 rebounds while Williams has put up 20.4 points and 6.2 rebounds per game.MIGHTY MORSE: Morse has connected on 25 percent of the 44 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 10 of 38 over his last five games. He’s also made 92.9 percent of his free throws this season. ASSIST-TO-FG RATIO: The Dukes have recently used assists to...
    NEW YORK (AP) — LeBron James couldn’t be in the building. Anthony Davis almost wasn’t. With one superstar suspended and another sick, the Los Angeles Lakers already had big problems. Then they created one more for themselves by falling into a 25-point hole. READ MORE: Alabama Will 'Take Care Of Business Versus Auburn': CBS Sports’ Aaron Murray Previews College Football Matchups“We weren’t playing hard enough. Simple,” Russell Westbrook said. They turned it around but the New York Knicks recovered, with Evan Fournier scoring 26 points and Immanuel Quickley adding 12 of his 14 in the fourth quarter for a 106-100 victory Tuesday night. Julius Randle added 20 points, 16 rebounds and five assists for the Knicks, but sat for eight minutes of the fourth quarter after picking up his fifth foul. Quickley made sure that didn’t matter, hitting four 3-pointers in the period. “He’s fearless,” Randle said. Westbrook had 31 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists, with 18 points in a sensational third quarter that helped Los Angeles tie the game. But with Carmelo Anthony’s shot off in his old...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Evan Fournier scored 26 points, Immanuel Quickley had 12 of his 14 in the fourth quarter after New York had blown a 25-point lead, and the Knicks beat a Los Angeles Lakers team missing suspended star LeBron James 106-100 on Tuesday night. Julius Randle added 20 points, 16 rebounds and five assists for the Knicks, but sat for eight minutes of the fourth quarter after picking up his fifth foul. Quickley made sure that didn’t matter, hitting four 3-pointers in the period. Russell Westbrook had 31 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists, with 18 points in a sensational third quarter that allowed the Lakers to tie the game. But with James not in the arena, Anthony Davis struggling through an illness and Carmelo Anthony’s shot off in his old home, the Lakers never could take the lead. They beat Detroit on Sunday after overcoming a 17-point deficit in the game James was ejected from for striking Pistons center Isaiah Stewart in the face and drawing blood. The NBA suspended the superstar forward for one game. But...