Someone Spray Painted the N-word on LeBron's Home in Los Angeles

Paola Ditto
Giugno 2, 2017

A racial slur was spray-painted on the front gate of Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James's $20 million (17.8 million euros) Los Angeles home, police said on Wednesday.

TMZ was first to report that the Los Angeles home of LeBron James was vandalized early Wednesday morning.

James does not live in the house and was not believed to be in it at the time. Police confirmed the incident, which is still under investigation, to ESPN. Someone painted over the slur before officers arrived to investigate, Sandoval said. "And even though that is concealed mostly at the time, even though people hide their faces and will say things about you, when they see that smile on your face, it's alive every single day".

"My family is safe, they're safe and that's the most important", James said. The 9,440-square-foot home is not James' primary residence. James' primary residence during the NBA season is in Akron, Ohio, though he is now preparing for his third consecutive NBA Finals with the Cleveland Cavaliers against the Golden State Warriors.

The next day, James sat on the same podium in the bowels of Oracle Arena and grew emotional as he said "It's gratifying to know that that guy, one man, would sacrifice so much of his individual life knowing that it would better the next generation of men and women after him. I mean, as long as my family is safe". He thanked his wife, Savannah, and other family member for handling some tough conversations to come once his two sons, Bronny and Bryce, got home from school. Games 1 and 2 are in Oakland, Calif. He lives in Bath, Ohio.

"I'm at a point where my priorities are in place". James was in Los Angeles most of last summer working with his production company. "Basketball comes second to my family".

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