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Is LeBron James A Sore Loser? King James Has Heckler Kicked Out & Scolds Reporter After Playoff Loss To Celtics + NY Nets To Save Biggie Mural

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LeBron James and the Cavaliers took an L from the Celtics last night and King James was not happy about it. Find out why LeBron had a fan kicked out of the arena and why he scolded a reporter inside…

Last night’s lost to the Boston Celtics (111-108) during Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals was a tough for Cleveland Cavalier LeBron James. Especially after the Cavs murdered the Celtics during Friday night’s game that resulted in an ending score of 130 – 86.

Apparently a fan decided to heckle King James in his own arena after the Cavs were beat by the Celtics, so LeBron flexed his star power. After the game, LeBron was about to walk into the interview room when a fan started going in on him for only putting up 11 points.

LeBron had time, so he turned around and asked him to repeat what he said. So, the fan did. Suddenly, LeBron started walking towards the heckler and asked him what has he ever done. The fan went on to say he played ball at Hiram College, a school in Hiram, Ohio. At this point, security steps in and has the fan removed.

Pretty weird a Cavs fan would heckle their star player.

ESPN’s Brian Windhorst witnessed the interaction and broke down the chain of events. Check it below:

Once LeBron made it inside the interview room, it was clear he was still irritated after the lost. He scolded a reporter for only "asking questions" when they lose. Check it: 



Is Bron Bron a sore loser?


In other basketball news...


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A two-story mural of the Notorious B.I.G. in Bed-Stuy is set to be destroyed. The landlord of the building, Samuel Berkowitz, is preparing to renovate the building and said he needs to remove the mural in order to add new windows.

Spread Art NYC got involved and they're trying their damnedest to keep the mural standing, even making an offer to have the mural saved.



A few updates on "king Of NY" Mural: we just want everyone to know that Spread Art NYC, your humble community Art organization has been working real hard to keep this mural up for the past year! Landlord always calls us and Claims that the neighbors are complaining about the mural and the crowds it attracts. About 4 months ago, he told us about the construction he will be doing which will damage the mural in the process. He will be opening Windows on the wall to increase rent profit by $500 according to them. Today Spread Art NYC offered $5000 (which we planned to gather from the community and the fans) not to open the windows. Unfortunately, that offer was declined and it was answered by a counteroffer of $1250 a month. At this point, there is nothing Spread Art NYC can do to save this mural. We will continue to serve our neighborhoods regardless!! Community is our goal, we like to give back and we thought A biggie mural at the corner of #bedfordandquincy was needed to keep the culture alive, to keep Brooklyn Alive. We always say, Brooklyn is Biggie and Biggie is Brooklyn. A landlord can NEVER change that! We want to thank everyone for the love! We promise, we GOT YOU!!! #spreadartnyc #20bigyears #bedstuy #bedfordstuyvesant #biggie #kingofny #livefrombedfordstuyvesant #spreadloveitsthebrooklynway

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Their offer was declined though. 


Now, the New York Nets have partnered up with Spread Art NYC to keep the mural up in Brooklyn. The NBA team announced they are stepping in to try and save the mural on what would have been the rapper’s 45th birthday.



On Instagram, rapper T.I. hopped in the comments section of one blog and offered to help save the mural as well.

Spread love, it’s the Brooklyn way.


Photo: Getty



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