At the Hoophall, LeBron sat — and stood — courtside surrounded by a slew of local police offers and security personnel. The game played before about 4,000 fans in a standing-room only gym was not without incident. During the third quarter, a fan threw something at Bronny as he inbounded the ball. The official called security over but no one was ejected.
LeBron James pic.twitter.com/KrZ8Fb58SI— Greg Levinsky (@GregLevinsky) January 20, 2020
LeBron responded on Twitter.
Game was stopped and security was called out immediately to remove a fan that threw a yellow starburst or a piece of trash at Bronny James in the 3rd quarter.— Krysten Peek (@krystenpeek) January 20, 2020
Be better, fans. pic.twitter.com/WzvmluebpE
This sequence from Sierra Canyon had Bron hyped 👏 pic.twitter.com/S6J1md76nm— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 20, 2020
LeBron has made a habit of watching Bronny play in AAU and high school games when he can. Last month he watched as Bronny scored a go-ahead layup against St. Vincent-St. Mary, Lebron’s alma mater, in Ohio This story has been updated. Photo: @McFarland_Shawn Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter And Like ZAGS on Facebook
Go ahead, get right King 👑🕺 pic.twitter.com/0ap0sOoJZ6— ESPN (@espn) January 20, 2020