LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers take NY subway ride following Monday shootaround

LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers take NY subway ride following Monday shootaround

LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers take NY subway ride following Monday shootaround

Thomas, who has sat out with a hip injury since the Eastern Conference Finals last summer, vows to help the Cleveland Cavaliers recover from their slow start to their season once he finally suits up for his new squad.

The Cavs took a page out of the common man's book, taking the New York City subway after a morning shootaround at Madison Square Garden.

LeBron James was the king of the subway Monday. According to LeBron, the team had chose to take the subway when their options came down to a 45-minute bus ride or a train ride. LeBron panned the camera next to a random guy sitting next to him who did not want to be any part of the NBA All-Star's video.

"Can you not", the passenger said and then moved seats.

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"KP gon get y'all tonight bruh", the fan says. Or, as J.R. Smith put it, "like real citizens".

It's unclear what train the Cavs were getting on at the 34th Street-Penn Station stop.

LeBron James narrated most of the video, confirming it was his first time taking the subway in NY and second time overall. "A 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride".

"The Knicks passed on a really good one, and Dallas got the diamond in the rough", said James after the Cavaliers defeated Smith's Dallas Mavericks on Saturday evening, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPN. The Cavaliers are in town on Monday, so LeBron's comments should give the Knicks plenty of bulletin-board material.

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