Found March 09, 2013 on
LeBron James conducted an impromptu mic check at the announcers' table during the fourth quarter of Friday night's game at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
LeBron had just deflected a ball out of bounds after trying unsuccessfully to steal a cross-court pass by the visiting Philadelphia 76ers. LeBron's momentum carried him over to the announcers' table, where he found himself staring at a FOX Sports microphone. Naturally, LeBron couldn't resist the opportunity, so he pretended to talk into it for a second or two before getting back to his defensive position, drawing some laughs from the fans and announcers alike.
LeBron led the Heat with 25 points and 10 rebounds, and the Heat extended their win streak to 17 games with a 102-93 victory over the Sixers.
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