Published: Thu, January 23, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

LeBron James watches as fan throws object at son Bronny during game

LeBron James watches as fan throws object at son Bronny during game

The Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James shared a heartfelt message with Robert James after a fan incident in the Sierra Canyon game on Monday.

Unfortunately, one particular moment from the contest has been dominating headlines for all the wrong reasons.

In the midst of the sport, which was broadcast reside on ESPNU and passed off on the HoopHall Traditional in Springfield, Bronny was making an attempt to inbound the ball alongside the sidelines when the small yellow object hit him within the again.

The object hit Bronny in the back at which time the referee immediately stopped play and called for a nearby police officer to try to identify the perpetrator.

"The only bad thing about today is I took two Ls", LeBron said.

Terrible. The fan should've at least been escorted out of the arena.

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"It's truly a blessing, and I didn't mind going down to Springfield to check the game out", James said after the Celtics beat the Lakers 139-107. I really don't know how old that small child was, therefore I do not know if he learned that about his own if he learned it in your home. Whatever the case may be, it's disrespectful.

High school games will draw national attention only when there are individual stories behind them, whether it is a player like Zion or someone like Bronny and Zaire.

"My routine was broken today, but I could care less about it if I was seeing my family, my wife and my daughter and my kids", he said.

On Monday, both LeBron James and LeBron James Jr., known as Bronny, had basketball games in MA. "Let's just say that", James said.

Bronny's mother, Savannah James, also responded by posting a photo on Instagram of a lioness protecting her cub. #JamesGang is built for it and well equipped. "It's not fair, but he doesn't let it faze him at all. I guess he's taken some from me too, because I let a lot of s-- go too", LeBron said. Most importantly, he loves being around his teammates, being a great kid, being a model citizen in the community and playing the game he loves to play. "(...) But that (expletive) made me mad when I saw it". "There's always better days".

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