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MTA throws shade at LeBron James before game vs. Knicks

13 November 2017, 11:38 | Charlene Valdez

MTA throws shade at LeBron James before game vs. Knicks

MTA throws shade at LeBron James before game vs. Knicks

How'd you like to jump on the subway on your way to work, somehow snag a seat and then realize you're sitting next to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers?

Still, it's startling to see a LeBron James-led team being projected to miss the playoffs after seven straight Finals appearances.

LeBron James and the Cavaliers opted to get the full New York City experience Monday, riding the subway instead of a bus back to their hotel after a morning shootaround at the Garden ahead of their game against the Knicks.

The Cavaliers start to the season has been shaky to say the least, with LeBron and Co. now sitting on a 5-7 record after their most recent loss to the Houston Rockets away from home.

Most of the passengers were pleased to see the National Basketball Association stars except the man sat next to LeBron who made it clear he didn't want to feature in the superstar's video.


Video on the NBA's Instagram page showed the team making their way through Penn Station before hopping on the subway.

"KP gon get y'all tonight bruh", the fan says.

If you've ever been to New York City, you'll know that the subway will get you to your destination much faster than a vehicle or bus. "A 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride".

LeBron couldn't help but laugh at the situation, and the dude got so annoyed that he got up and left.



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