Thursday, August 11 2022

LeBron James went off against the Indiana Pacers in his return from a one-game suspension, but one of his celebrations has earned him a $15,000 fine from the NBA.

With the Lakers up 107-104 with just over a minute to play in the fourth quarter, James pulled up and drained a deep 3-pointer over a defender to give the Lakers a two-possession lead. He then skipped down the court holding his groin, which crossed a line for the league. The Lakers went on to win the game in overtime, and James finished with 39 points.

According to ESPN, James was also warned about “using profane language,” after he dropped an expletive to describe his suspension.

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