James was narrating the Cavs' six-minute trip for Uninterrupted when he chose to include the man sitting next to him in the video.
The Cleveland Cavaliers chose to get an authentic New York City experience on Monday before a game against the New York Knicks. "Decided to take a different transportation this time", James said, panning around the train to capture his teammates.
Still, it's startling to see a LeBron James-led team being projected to miss the playoffs after seven straight Finals appearances. LeBron panned the camera next to a random guy sitting next to him who did not want to be any part of the NBA All-Star's video.
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers rode the C train ahead of Monday night's game against the Knicks, documenting their trip via video on ESPN's The Undefeated. Or, as J.R. Smith put it, "like real citizens". "A 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride".
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Must've been a Knicks fan.
The MTA responded to James' video thanking him for riding the subway while also reminding him NY is a Knicks city. Once LeBron turned his camera on the man, he stuck his hand out and say "Can you not" before getting up and moving seats.
As New York attempts to improve to 8-5, however, one of the tallest tasks to date is standing in front of it: A motivated Cleveland Cavaliers team.