King of the MTA: LeBron James, Cavs Ride Subway Before Knicks Game


But on Monday, the subway played hosts to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

This maturation for Porzingis extends well off the court as he revealed to Fred Kerber of the New York Post that he studies the interview habits and demeanor of LeBron James, Michael Jordan, and Kobe Bryant.

The Cavaliers chose to take the train to commute back from Madison Square Garden after a shoot around, instead of traveling above ground and get stuck in traffic.

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James asked Kyle Korver, who was sat in the next seat over. "We had two options: A 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride". The players made some new friends - like this guy who clearly had no idea LeBron was sitting next to him.

Video on the NBA's Instagram page showed the team making their way through Penn Station before hopping on the subway.

Must've been a Knicks fan.

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"Trying to be like real citizens, man", Smith added. Instead, they did what most others do when in NY: took the subway.

"We'll see what happens toward the end of the year and once we get to the playoffs and things like that, but, I knew they were going to be good", he said.

James is not the only person who feels NY should have taken Smith, as many chastised the Knicks for going with the more raw prospect in Ntilikina over Smith when NY made its selection.

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