Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

LeBron James, Enes Kanter get into altercation

LeBron James, Enes Kanter get into altercation

During a scuffle between LeBron James and Enes Kanter, Vecsey used a blanked-out version of the n-word but with the hard "r" if we're counting the asterisks right.

The bad blood between James and the two NY players started on Saturday, when James told reporters that the Knicks made a mistake by passing up

The Cleveland Cavaliers erased a 23-point deficit to defeat the New York Knicks on Monday night, and LeBron James is not exactly being humble about his team's impressive victory. James said the Knicks should have drafted Dallas Mavericks point guard Dennis Smith Jr., who went ninth in the draft.

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Kanter was one of several Knicks players who took offense to the comment and blasted James publicly the next day.

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Ntilikina and James were hit with double technicals.

James responded on Monday, saying he didn't mean to criticize Ntilikina, though he said he did mean it as a shot at former Knicks president Phil Jackson.

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