As insane as it sounds, Kane Fitzgerald made history on Tuesday night for being the first National Basketball Association referee to ever eject Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James from a game. Johnson took a swipe at the ball and James missed a runner.
After Miami center Hassan Whiteside pulled down the rebound and the Heat began heading up on offense, James made a beeline over to referee Kane Fitzgerald to complain about not getting a foul call on the play. He was then given a technical foul. "Immediately after the no-call, he turned and threw an air punch directly at me and then he aggressively charged at me and then he used vulgarity in my ear a few times".
The 32-year-old veteran, who led Cleveland to its first National Basketball Association championship in 2016, managed 21 points, 12 rebounds and six assists in the game.
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James' professional career prior to Tuesday night consisted of 1,081 regular season games and 217 playoff contests.
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. Before the game ended, he liked Odell Beckham's Instagram (which was a picture of James), which was posted during the second half of the Cavs-Heat game.