Two fans of NBA superstar LeBron James were kicked out for misbehaving with him.
James, 36, was furious at the abuse he was receiving from two Indiana Pacers fans and the pair were kicked off the field.
King James pulled the referee to the two fans who were troubling him from their court seats.
The cheeky pair initially looked surprised, but then created a bit of a ruckus as they removed them.
One of them sticks out their bottom lip and bursts into tears while looking at the camera as they escape from their seats, while the other simply laughed.
Pacers fans booed LeBron as the man and woman were kicked out of the arena by the authorities.
LeBron claims that the two hecklers went a step too far.
Speaking to reporters after his 126-116 overtime win for the Lakers, James said: “When obscene gestures and language comes into it, (it) cannot be tolerated.
“There’s a difference between cheering for your team and not wanting the other team to win and I would never say no to a fan and they should say no to me.”
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The four-time NBA MVP didn’t say what fans told him, but he was clearly furious when they pointed it out, saying: “That’s a right f***ing here!”
This isn’t the first time James has kicked fans out of a game after four unruly Hawks supporters were removed following a courtside brawl in Atlanta.
This abuse did not deter James’ performance, who finished with 39 points against the Pacers, turning up the heat in overtime.
He took the years back with a vintage performance, finishing with five rebounds, six assists and five three-pointers to help seal victory for the Lakers.
LeBron also took it into gear after being abused by Hawks fans earlier this year, racking up 21 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists.
And King James celebrated in a generally cool fashion as he sealed the win with a clutch three-pointer in overtime, sending Lakers fans into frenzy.