You saw LeBron James’ game-winning three-pointer against the Indiana Pacers. Now, take a look at this angle of the shot from a fan.
If you thought a one-game suspension was going to slow down LeBron James, he proved you wrong on Wednesday night. With the Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers in overtime, James hit a clutch, three-point shot to essentially clinch the victory.
We are sure you have seen the replay of the shot via broadcast. But take a look at the angle from a fan who was in attendance at Gainbridge Fieldhouse for the game.
Check out this fan angle of LeBron James’ game-winning three-pointer
In case you were wondering what the shot and James’ “Silencer” celebration looked like live, now you know.
James was making his return from a one-game suspension after he struck Isaiah Stewart in the face, leaving him bloodied, during this past Sunday’s game against the Detroit Pistons. That led to Stewart being incensed, trying to get to James numerous times. LeBron was ejected and suspended for this past Tuesday’s contest against the New York Knicks. Stewart was suspended two games.
On Wednesday night, James scored 39 points (shooting 13-for-39 from the field) and recorded six assists, five rebounds and two blocks through 43 minutes of playing time against the Pacers.
James will look to build off this huge performance on Friday night, when the Lakers host the Sacramento Kings.