In James' video, Cavs guard Kyle Korver said the team was faced with either a 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride, so they made a decision to take the public transportation route.
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Even LeBron James must follow the unwritten rules of public transportation. "Can you not?" the rider said as the camera panned on him before leaving his seat. Fans can be heard saying hello to former Knick J.R. Smith as the team makes their way to the platform. "A 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride".
Another Knicks fan is also heard talking up Kristaps Porzingis when he sees the Cavaliers walking by.
At one point in the video, James turns the camera to the stranger sitting next to him, who, in true NY fashion, throws his hand in front and says, "Can you not?" to the delight of James and his teammates. "I got on in Philly before but not here in New York", James said.
Monday night's game will be the second time the Knicks and Cavaliers square off this season.
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Just don't know how many times we're going to get down there, quite honestly. "It's disappointing", Kumah said. Both were incomplete, including a deep pass down the middle for Cam Phillips that Kerr knocked away.
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