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LeBron James kisses woman in front row (plus a dunk VIDEO)

Jan 8, 2014, 9:17 AM EDT

You know, if you pay the big bucks for the courtside seats for a Heat game, you should get a little something extra.

In this case, the lady just wanted a picture of LeBron James after he fell to the floor in front of her, instead she got a little kiss.

By the way, LeBron also did this against the Pelicans, which is pretty (expletive in gerund form) impressive:

  1. 950003cups - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:24 AM

    That was nice to see. If it were some sexy girl with big boobs, it would be slimy. This was an old lady. LeBron has been doing a great job changing his public image since the “when I wake up tomorrow” era.

  2. RavenzGunnerz - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:27 AM

    I hate bandwagoners. Just wait when the Heat are no longer winning games…

    • 950003cups - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:32 AM

      What does this article have to do with bandwagon fans? You wanna see real bandwagon fans? Just wait until the Knicks become a powerhouse team. I hope you’re very young, cause it might be a while.

      • fanofevilempire - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:57 AM

        I’m a knickerbocker fan and I don’t find what you say to be funny at all.

  3. nard100 - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:30 AM

    I just don’t see how people can’t love this guy. That was awesome. So many athletes couldn’t care less about the fans. LeBron gave her something she will never forget and it wasn’t the finger.

    • fatcamper - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:22 AM

      I agree, it was a nice gesture, but it is easy to see why people dislike LeBron. I have a team I root for exclusively, and he isn’t on it. Therefore, I dislike and root against him.

    • fanofevilempire - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:58 AM

      he better leave them white chicks alone, they will leave him broke.

  4. fnf417 - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:30 AM

    Best team ever 72-10 Chicago Bulls this heat team will never be anything close to this

    • spthegr8 - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:40 AM

      You are OBVIOUSLY Lead Foot “Trolling”!!!

    • fanofevilempire - Jan 8, 2014 at 11:00 AM

      the Chicago Bulls will never be that good again either, not
      with that broken down Derrick Rose.

  5. spthegr8 - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:34 AM

    He could run for mayor in South Beach right now. Sometime’s, I Swear it looks like he is jumping off a trampoline. He is a Freakish athlete!!!

  6. fnf417 - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:44 AM

    It’s the truth tho…..does the truth hurt?

  7. spthegr8 - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:48 AM

    I’m not even gonna get into this discussion with you because after a statement like that, I just can’t take you serious!!!

  8. fnf417 - Jan 8, 2014 at 9:58 AM

    Cause it’s true and Jordan did it with lesser of a team he didn’t have 3 all stars on his team only Scottie Pippen was the other all star this Heat team will never accomplish this… can’t take me serious cause the fact is I’m right period

    • miamatt - Jan 8, 2014 at 7:32 PM

      Yeah, that Rodman guy only led the league in rebounding and was first-team all defense. Kukoc was only the best european player at the time, giving double figure scoring plus solid reb and assist numbers. Oh yeah, they were coached by some no name. And it’s not like they had some great role players like Steve Kerr and Ron Harper.

      So is Jordan the best because it was a one-man team or are the 95-96 Bulls the best team because they had Jordan plus so much else? You are trying (badly) to make two mutually exclusive arguments at the same time.

      Then again, I’m not sure why I would bother arguing with some 13 year old troll who never saw that Bulls team play. I mean, if a “bandwagon” Heat fan like me knows those Bulls better than you…. not good, not good…

      • Kurt Helin - Jan 8, 2014 at 8:05 PM

        The first year Jordan left to play baseball the Bulls won 55 games. That was not a bad team, it was just elite with Jordan.

  9. fanofthegame79 - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:08 AM

    Ok, I’m biased. I’m a LeBron James fan (I don’t follow teams, I like players – I don’t know why, it is what it is. And yes, I like him as much as I do now when he was with Cleveland). But with that said, this guy gets it! Sports are all about entertainment (and a bit more, rabid fans and all…) and he provides fantastic entertainment. How often has he interacted with fans over his career? Just in the last 2 seasons you can bring up the time he played catch with a fan….bear-hugged the guy who hit the half court shot…and now this – a kiss for a fan! He plays with passion…he improves his craft every year…and he’s won the big prize (twice!) to round out his resume. He wins a few more championships and continues his high level of play (not to mention endearing himself to fans like this) and he will go down as one of the very best ever. I’m talking top 3 if not the GOAT.

  10. m4a188 - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:09 AM

    Since the decision lebron has been making all the right moves on and off the court.

    • fanofevilempire - Jan 8, 2014 at 11:03 AM

      yeah but kissing ugly, fat white woman sitting courtside is certainly not a right move.

  11. rodge1 - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:24 AM

    I hate bandwagoners too, especially the ones like you that became Ravens’ fans after last season.

  12. jerze2387 - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:29 AM

    Hard to dislike the guy. He doesnt big time the fans, plays TEAM basketball (shares the ball, defense, etc), stays out of trouble. For a guy that was so hyped, touted, and all that stuff since he was like 14, he sure handles himself well. Even “the decision”, his 1 major mistake, was to help the boys and girls club.

    And this is coming from a bulls fan. Too bad we have a scrub star player who handles everything completely opposite of lebron.

    • blueintown - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:53 AM

      Growing up a Bulls fan, I was always perplexed by the hate directed at M.J. I get the whole “he’s not on my team” argument”, and even the “watching the same team win over and over again” premise to a lesser extent; but I could never understand why fans – legitimate fans of basketball who know, respect, and appreciate the game – were unable to divorce themselves from that angst and respect and enjoy an all-time great right before their eyes. The LeBron stuff confuses me even more. This guy does everything, and he gets better every single year. There’s no legitimate reason as a basketball fan to not make it a priority to watch how he plays the game.

      I sort of feel the same way about Derrick, though I’m hesitant. I love the way he plays, but obviously the worry has become that his style will eventually be a direct cause of his demise.

      • 1972wasalongtimeago - Jan 8, 2014 at 7:08 PM

        “Hate directed at M.J.”? Really? If by “Hate” you mean “universal, unconditional, and irrational love, admiration, and respect”, then yes, I remember all the M.J. “hate” too.

      • miamatt - Jan 8, 2014 at 7:38 PM

        While I don’t remember Jordan hate post ‘chip, I do remember when the dialogue was that MJ was a self-centered ball hog who couldn’t win the big one. I do think James continues to get ripped where Jordan seemed to become immune once he won that first title. And I agree with your larger point 100%, @blueintown. I watch the sport because at its best it is simply amazing. No, I don’t want to see my team lose EVER, but when I’m watching other teams I want to see a show. And if a tremendous individual or team performance bests my Heat, then I just have to tip my cap and give respect.

      • blueintown - Jan 9, 2014 at 10:03 AM

        Did you skip the 90’s, 72? The LeBron angst isn’t a phenomenon exclusive to him or M.J. or any other elite talent. When you’re dealing with clear dominance, the rabid fanbase is always matched by the detractors. It’s a lot more pervasive now with the rise of social media giving voice to the loud, stupid, and grammatically challenged, but opposition is inevitable when the evidence of dominance is so clear that only available justification is that *he’s cheating/he plays with other good players/it’s just not fair/he gets all the calls (probably the biggest gripe on M.J. during that era)/he’s a degenerate a-hole who gambles too much and cheats on his wife (a completely superficial judgement that turned out to be 100% accurate).*

        You kind of confirm this by calling the love, admiration, and respect “irrational”. Anyone who watched him play knows there was nothing irrational about any of that. I’ll concede that a large contingent of these “haters” (ugh..) lived in and around the borough of Manhattan, but that’s a lot of people. And I’m willing to bet there were a few pockets of deniers in a few other locales as well. Specifically: Utah, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Indiana, Phoenix, and Cleveland to name a few.

    • fanofevilempire - Jan 8, 2014 at 11:05 AM

      scrub star player, he was a mvp 3 years ago.
      he is often injured but he is no scrub.
      knickerbocker fan.

      • 00maltliquor - Jan 8, 2014 at 11:32 AM

        I KNOW!! CHI fans don’t deserve to have him with that kind of attitude. He’s a good kid with a ton of talent. He can’t help that he gets hurt!

      • jerze2387 - Jan 8, 2014 at 11:45 AM

        its about how he handled the injury. Was cleared, and left the team hanging in the playoffs. Showed no respect for the guys like Noah who were grinding it out injured all season. hes a scrub in the fact of how he handles everything. He hid, refused to return depite being cleared, then has the nerve to complain when they have to rebuild the team. In chicago, we’ve had enough of his crap. hes been coddled too long (lets not forget other people taking his tests in school), and hes done NOTHING to deserve it. MVP 3 years ago and has mailed it in since. Got his payday from adidas and the bulls, and now he cant stay healthy and even when hes deemed healthy he refuses to return. hes a selfish little bastard, and since we in chicago ‘dont deserve him”, please take him and the 30% of the teams salary to act like a baby, complain, and wear a suit on the bench. We should have traded him instead of Deng.

      • jerze2387 - Jan 8, 2014 at 11:49 AM

        point is lebron has a higher character and gets criticized more. if in the same situation, he NEVER would have left his team hanging last year like Rose did. ESPECIALLY in the playoffs.

      • bkbell3 - Jan 9, 2014 at 1:35 AM

        jerze, the guy waited to come back and got hurt in the first part of the season so if he came back last year what makes you think he wouldn’t of got hurt as bad or worse. His lively hood is his body and coming back last year rusty and not in game shape he prob. would of struggled and chi. wasn’t going to win it with all the guys hurt anyway so why risk his future which includes all the dollars that chi. put into him, why risk their investment. Also Dang is a decent player but HE is always hurt and was overpaid and wanted to be over paid again. I’m not a big rose fan. I think he is a great athlete and scorer but an average point guard at less than 6 assists per game on a team that had no one who could create their own shot. With his great ability to penetrate he didn’t create enough open shots for his teammates cause he is a shoot first guy. He is also a below average defender given his speed and quickness.

  13. fnf417 - Jan 8, 2014 at 10:44 AM

    I agree with this last statement of jerze

  14. deeballer - Jan 8, 2014 at 11:27 AM

    I don’t think people hate him, but hate the fact that he isn’t on the team they support. Most of you are right when you say how do you hate a person who does practically everything the right way and even that one mistake he made was meant to benefit a charitable organization.

    • asimonetti88 - Jan 8, 2014 at 12:01 PM

      Please tell me you don’t think the primary purpose of that television show was to donate to the Boys and Girls Club. Great, it benefitted the B&G Club but that’s not why they had that television show.

      • deeballer - Jan 8, 2014 at 2:36 PM

        I know better than that, but what athlete you know would give his proceeds from something like that to someone else?

  15. ProBasketballPundit - Jan 8, 2014 at 4:25 PM

    LeBron must have decided to finish alley-oops one handed a couple years ago because he always does it now. Maybe he wasn’t getting enough plays in the SportsCenter top 10.

  16. miamatt - Jan 8, 2014 at 7:42 PM

    Unless you are bound and determined to hate LeBron, just how the Hell do you not love LBJ?

    I don’t mean above your own favorite team/players, just as a basketball ambassador and showman.

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