This happened a few days ago, but I didn't see anyone post it.
That's when the heckler shouted, “LeBron, is your mom going to Boston for Valentine's Day?” ...
“What did you say to me?” James said to the fan, who later declined to give his name to ESPN.com.
“I said, 'Is your mom going to Boston for Valentine's Day?'” the heckler repeated, sounding both thrilled that he had an audience with LeBron and intimidated by the moment.
LeBron James draws a line in the sand - Heat Index Blog - ESPN
“I don't care what you say to me,” James told the heckler. “I don't give a [expletive] what you say. But don't be disrespectful.”
The fan later said that he was offended by James swearing in front of his young children.
Obviously, the comment was uncalled for, but LeBron made his own enemies with "The Decision". As a professional athlete, he should be used to these comments, and not lose self control.
In your opinion, who is right: the fan or LeBron?