MTA throws shade at LeBron James before game vs. Knicks

Kristopher Nichols
November 14, 2017

Following Monday morning shootaorund at Madison Square Garden, the Cleveland Cavaliers didn't want to sit in bumper-to-bumper NY traffic just to get back to the team hotel.

After finishing the team shootaround in the morning, the Cavaliers apparently chose to take the subway instead of a bus to their next stop.

In videos posted by both the Cavaliers and Bleacher Report's Uninterrupted, James and his teammates take a jaunt on the railway (with James explaining the trip and ribbing some teammates, too).

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"Trying to look like a real citizen, man", J.R. Smith said. SI's Jake Fischer reported the Cavs team bus got jammed in traffic on the way to the arena, leading to the switch in transportation. "We had two options", Kyle Korver said on James' video. It appeared to be James' first time on the subway. And so you shuffle your way through to an open hand rail or clear seat, making as little eye contact as possible with your fellow riders and immediately tuning out any annoying noises.

"As long as I'm getting on the right [damn] train that's all I care about", James said. As a result, some Knicks players did not take too kindly to James' assertion and NY big man Kristaps Porzingis was one of them.

James earlier caused a bit of a firestorm in NY when he said over the weekend that the Knicks should have drafted Mavericks guard Dennis Smith Jr.

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