Wherever LeBron James is, there are cameras. But the scene was recorded during a moment in tonight’s game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors when the four-time league MVP accidentally ran into a sideline cameraman while trying to keep the ball alive.
Fortunately for all sides, no one was hurt. He even saved the camera from any damage thanks to LeBron James, who did not want to cause any harm, even to TNT.
LeBron caught the camera 😂🙌🏾 pic.twitter.com/UcaHdKrtXI
– NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) February 24, 2023
LeBron James may buy enough cameras to fill the Crypto.com Arena, but he probably saved himself some money with that gesture.
With that camera still working, he was able to capture how LeBron James and the Lakers beat the Warriors once again. Los Angeles closed with a 124 to 111 victory to improve their record to 28-32 and win their first game after the break for All-Star Weekend.
James scored only 13 points but it was a great sign for the Lakers that they did not need him to make a Herculean effort to get a win. Malik Beasley stepped up in place of D’Angelo Russell, who exited the game early due to an ankle injury, and scored 25 points with 7 threes. Austin Reaves, meanwhile, came off the bench and put up 17 points.
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