NBA superstar Lebron James was ejected from a Sunday night game against the Detroit Pistons for elbowing Pistons player Isaiah Stewart.  The New York Post Reports

“LeBron James was ejected from the Los Angeles Lakers-Detroit Pistons game after drawing blood on Isaiah Stewart’s face when they were tangled up while boxing out for a rebound on Sunday night.

James’ left elbow and hand appeared to make contact with Stewart above the neck, sending him into a bloody rage. Detroit’s center had to be held back more than once, keeping him separated from the NBA superstar.”

 

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Stewart was also ejected from the game after being given two technical fouls for his response to the incident.  After Lebron elbowed him, he was sent in to a bloody rage and lashed out at the player, having to be held back by his teammates.  As his teammates attempted to restrain him, Stewart broke free multiple times and attempted to run towards a tunnel that potentially led to the Lakers bench.

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James has been known for his controversial opinions on race relations in the United States and for being a vocal proponent of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Recently, James made fun of Kyle Rittenhouse for crying on the stand as he explained how he killed two men in self-defense. The unpopular, pro-China NBA star was mocked mercilessly on social media for his ridiculous comments about Rittenhouse’s emotional testimony.

100 Percent Fed Up also shared this image of Kyle Rittenhouse and LeBron James on Facebook after he was found not guilty on all charges:

James has been ver vocal about his support for the Marxist BLM movement starting with Breonna Taylor in 2020, saying “A lot of people kind of use this analogy, talking about Black Lives Matter as a movement. It’s not a movement,”

He further said “When you’re Black, it’s not a movement. It’s a lifestyle. We sit here and say it’s a movement, and, OK, how long is this movement going to last? ‘Don’t stop the movement.’ No, this is a walk of life. When you wake up and you’re Black, that is what it is. It shouldn’t be a movement. It should be a lifestyle. This is who we are”

 

 

 

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