Being one of the biggest stars in the National Basketball Association comes with its benefits, and LeBron James proved that when he got away with a blatant travel in Wednesday's game against the Utah Jazz.
I can't tell whether it was Craig Bolerjack or Matt Harpring who said it, but one of them remarked, "That's some disrespect right there". "I didn't realize I did it until halftime. I really had a malfunction", said James. "One of my coaches showed me". "I think I was ready to pass the ball, and my brain just kind of just, I had a malfunction".
The 24-year-old was seemingly the only player that the Lakers were unwilling to move in order to acquire AD, and it's good to see the young gun getting back in the groove this year.
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James picked up his dribble and palmed the ball after crossing the midcourt line. The refs missed the obvious travel, even as Jazz forward Bojan Bogdanovic signaled wildly toward James' infraction.
"That was pretty bad", James added.
The Lakers improved to an NBA-best 19-3 and with a comfortable lead late in the fourth quarter, James went to the bench.
The win was also James' first in Utah since December of 2010 as a member of the Miami Heat, snapping a streak of eight straights losses.