LeBron James needs to be restrained from confronting the troll who teased his receding hairline
Even though this is LeBron’s 20th season in the NBA, he has managed to keep the Lakers afloat for the majority of the year. You’d think Lakers supporters would appreciate him a little more, but sadly, there will always be a person who wants to go viral.
LeBron James tries to fight fan after he mocks his hairline during Lakers vs Clippers, video goes viral
Watch “Receding ass hairline,” LeBron James tries to fight fan after he mocks him, video goes viral
Fans will do anything to gain a response from prominent players.
A world-class loser is someone who gets overly enthused about gaining a response from someone they are trying to get to react. On Tuesday night, a heckler yelled comments at LeBron James, including one that included a jab at his hairline. LeBron James had to be restrained from responding to the man.
At halftime of their game against the Clippers at Crypto.com Arena, the King and his team were on their way to the locker room when a fan began yelling at the L.A. forward.
“Hello, Bron! Hello, Bron!,” he Lakers were behind 77-54 when the man spoke from his floor seat. “You had better get your act together! With that receding-ass hairline,” the enthusiast continued. Before security stepped in, LeBron made a rapid spin and seemed like he wanted to pursue the man. “See, he’s mad!,” as LeBron was being led away from the situation, the heckler yelled.
I believe you are aware of the response. Although I wouldn’t have worried if LeBron beat the guy up, security did a good job of making sure he didn’t do anything he would later regret. Fans should be allowed to boo and criticise the team’s performance, but they shouldn’t use profanity or make personal remarks about the players? What do you all think?
How far off the NBA record is the King?
James has spent the last 20 years honing his attack on NBA defenders to the point where he is on the verge of achieving a historic feat that once appeared virtually impossible for anybody to do.
James, the superstar of the Los Angeles Lakers, needs 158 points to surpass Kareem Abdul-career Jabbar’s total of 38,387 points. Since April 5, 1984, Abdul-Jabbar has led the NBA in scoring for all time, more than eight months before James was born.