Immediately after the Cleveland Cavaliers' two-point lo…

Immediately after the Cleveland Cavaliers’ two-point loss against the Indiana Pacers on Friday night, LeBron James wasn’t interested in discussing the debatable call that went against him in the final seconds, only offering that it didn’t go his way. However, James caught a glimpse of a different angle after leaving the locker room and tweeted that the referees ruled correctly, charging James with his fifth turnover. LeBron James: Definitely stepped out by a tiny bit after seeing it over again! Great call. Needed to be in OKC on that drive. Lol. Live and you Learn.
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The reigning slam dunk champion won’t be back in time to defend his crown but would like to see Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell participate in Los Angeles just like the rest of the world. “Definitely. Just based off the highlights that I’ve seen and just watching his game. I like his game,” Glenn Robinson III said. “I know a lot of people do and a lot of fans is excited and that’s the most important part. So I think that he definitely is going to be on that list to be in it.”
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