The two Indiana Pacers fans who were removed out of their team’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday after a wild LeBron James incident won’t be receiving hefty punishments in the future.
As reported by Shams Charania of The Athletic earlier this Sunday, the supporters won’t face any lifetime ban or additional consequences after the gesture.
James requested the officials to remove the two Indiana fans out of the sideline, as the female one even seemingly mocked the four-time MVP with a crybaby action on her way towards the exits.
“When obscene gestures and language come into it, can’t be tolerated,” James said at the media availability.
James had a monster performance in the double overtime thriller eventually, having 39 markers, 6 assists and 5 rebounds while draining crucial shots down the stretch to lead the Lakeshow to a tightly contested win.
The future hall of famer won’t be bothered around as that game will be the last time he’ll visit Indianapolis this season.