Monday, 20 November, 2017

LeBron James chronicles Cleveland Cavaliers' post-shootaround subway ride

LeBron James chronicles Cleveland Cavaliers' post-shootaround subway ride LeBron James chronicles Cleveland Cavaliers' post-shootaround subway ride
Kristopher Love | 13 November, 2017, 23:36

James asked Kyle Korver, who was sat in the next seat over.

That's just what one besuited man was trying to do Monday morning - problem was, global basketball superstar LeBron James was sitting next to him, taking the train along with some of his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates after a shootaround at Madison Square Garden.

This maturation for Porzingis extends well off the court as he revealed to Fred Kerber of the New York Post that he studies the interview habits and demeanor of LeBron James, Michael Jordan, and Kobe Bryant. LeBron said the team's options back to the hotel were a 45 minutes bus ride or a six minute train ride. LeBron panned the camera next to a random guy sitting next to him who did not want to be any part of the NBA All-Star's video. Instead, they did what most others do when in NY: took the subway.

"On our way back from shootaround. made a decision to take a different transportation this time", James says in the Uninterrupted video.

Another Knicks fan is also heard talking up Kristaps Porzingis when he sees the Cavaliers walking by.

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

Cleveland faces the New York Knicks Monday evening, but took some time to be "like real citizens", according to J.R. Smith.