LeBron James responds to lady who told him to ‘watch your mouth’ in Lakers game
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LeBron James said the lady who told him to “watch his mouth” has “set him straight” in response to an incident where he swore at the crowd.

The Lakers star scored 32 points in the 142-125 win against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday.

But the 34-year-old let his frustrations show when he shouted “f***” at a spectator.

A lady in the crowd, though, called him out on it by saying: “Hey, watch your mouth.”

Footage has now emerged of the Lakers star giving his response to the incident.

James is sitting down for an interview with ESPN reporter Dave McMenamin.

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And the journalist starts off the interview with a cheeky dig.

“I’m just setting a few ground rules,” he says.

“No cursing, no swearing.”

James gives a quiet laugh before revealing the impact of the Lakers fan’s telling off.

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The NBA star replies: “The lady set me straight.

“She set me straight last night.”

This footage has been viewed more than 400,000 times since it was published on YouTube yesterday.

James previously spoke about the incident in the post-match press conference.

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"It was the worst thing, probably one of the worst things I've ever done in my career,” the Lakers star said.

"I didn't realize I did it until halftime. One of my coaches showed me.

"I think at the same time, I was watching the underneath play, and [Kentavious Caldwell-Pope] and Donovan got into it.

“KCP started to run, and Donovan bumped into him, he fell on the ground.

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"I think I was ready to pass the ball, and my brain just kind of just, I had a malfunction. I really had a malfunction.

"I feel bad for the refs on that one because they'll probably get a write-up on that or something."

It comes as James has been snubbed by NBA fans in MVP discussions, with a lot leaning towards team-mates Anthony Davis.

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