LeBron James Ejected for First Time in NBA Career

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Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James was ejected for the first time in his lengthy and illustrious career after arguing a no-call late in the third quarter of Tuesday's game with the Miami Heat.

The Cavs superstar nabbed the ball from James Johnson and raced up court, drawing a bump against the latter when heading for a finish at the other end.

James poured in 21 points in the Cavaliers' win over the Heat before Fitzgerald slapped him with two technical fouls and ejected him with 1:59 left in the third quarter and the Cavs leading by 23. It is what it is.

Green got the hot hand on Monday and got some extended run with his most minutes in eight games.

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"I got fouled and showed my frustration to the ref, and he sent me to the locker room", James said after the game.

While the Cleveland Cavaliers were playing the Miami Heat, Kanter chimed in on James' ejection by taking a shot on Twitter.

And Dwyane Wade, in his first game against his former team since joining the Cavaliers, made sure the big cushion Love helped create would be enough in a 108-97 win over the Heat at Quicken Loans Arena.

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