LeBron James has been reported to be suspended from the next game. Everything has its first time. As a result of Sunday’s chaotic game, LeBron James has been suspended for one game, which will be the first in his 19-year career.
Consequences for LeBron
It’s a shocking decision, especially because the Lakers’ next game is in New York against the Knicks on Tuesday … and Madison Square Garden is the biggest stage in the NBA. Unfortunately James won’t be participating any more.
Isaiah Stewart, a member of the Detroit Pistons, was also punished two games for his role in the incident, according to the league, since he “repeatedly and aggressively” pursued James.
After elbowing Stewart in the face during one boxout in the third quarter, James was disqualified for the second time in his career, sparking an explosive brawl.
LeBron apparently felt guilty about the ‘bow throw,’ according to NBA source Shams Charania, who claims Bron tried to get Stewart’s phone number to apologize for the incident.
LeBron James’ suspension will start on Tuesday, and Stewart will unfortunately miss the Pistons’ home game against the Heat on Tuesday and their away game against the Bucks on Wednesday.
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