Following the Cleveland Cavaliers' 108-97 win over the Miami Heat on Tuesday night, referee Kane Fitzgerald explained his decision to eject LeBron James in the third quarter. Johnson took a swipe at the ball and James missed a runner.
Fitzgerald gave James a technical foul and then ejected him with 1 minute 56 remaining in the quarter.
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He finished the game with 21 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and five steals.
It wasn't immediately clear what, exactly, James did to earn such a quick heave-ho. His 35-year-old legs still have spring in them, evidenced by his 15 blocks that trail only James' 23 on the Cavaliers.
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While the Knicks are in the midst of a three-game losing streak in Kanter's absence, the first-year Knick did not back down from a feud that began earlier this season when James doubted Frank Ntilikina was the right draft choice for the Knicks.
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"I got fouled and showed my frustration to the ref, and he sent me to the locker room", James told reporters after the game. So, that's what it was about. "I said what I had to say [to Fitzgerald] and then I moved on, but he decided I should get [ejected]". It is what it is. "We got the win, that's what's most important".