LeBron James did well in Indiana in the final five-legged Lakers’ street game of the Eastern Conference.
He nodded 15 of the team’s last 21 points, plus a fourth quarter with extra time, ensuring the team finished the tour with a 124-116 victory after losing three of the four previous street games.
James finished with 39 points with the season and added six assists and five rebounds in the 44th minute 53 possible.
As he assembled the Lakers late, he began to hear a little from the faithful Pacers at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, and within extra time, he felt enough.
He pointed to a family that sat in the courtroom for the director, which led to the two fans being expelled from the game.
The race was back in court for James after serving a one-match suspension for a match against Isaiah Stewart in Detroit on Sunday.
The suspension forced the four-year-old NBA star to miss the Lakers’ game at Madison Square Garden, one of his favorite venues.
With this win over the Pacers, the Lakers are now 10-10 at Thanksgiving break and return home to four of the next five at the STAPLES Center.