Earlier today, LeBron James went airborne trying to block a shot and ended up on top of a pair of young children sitting in the front row at American Airlines Arena.
Sitting in the front row of an NBA arena is always a risky proposition. But if you are going to do it with LeBron on the court, you have to be even more careful. After all, when a 6-foot-8, 250-pound missile hits full speed, it is going to hurt if he lands on you. Just ask Jeffrey Loria, the owner of the Miami Marlins, who was a victim of LeBron’s brute force just a few weeks ago.
The two young fans appeared to be OK, and James did stop by a little later to check on them.
Here’s the video (video ABC)
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