LeBron James' focus shifted from Finals to racism after vandalism - The Denver Post

OAKLAND, Calif. — A day before the start of his seventh straight NBA Finals, LeBron James' mind was far from focused on basketball and the Golden State Warriors. He wanted to hug his children and wife back home in Ohio and talk to his two boys ...

LeBron James' LA home vandalised, racial slur left on gate - The Sydney Morning Herald

A racial slur was painted on the outside gate of Cavalier LeBron James' Los Angeles home just a day before the basketball superstar was set to play in his seventh straight NBA finals and police are treating the incident as a hate crime. Police were ...

LeBron James Reacts to Racist Graffiti on His LA Mansion - NBC Southern California

NBA star LeBron James says a racial slur spray painted on the front gate of his home in Los Angeles "just goes to show that racism will always be a part of the world, a part of America." The LAPD says the slur was painted over Wednesday morning.

After his Brentwood estate is vandalized with a slur, LeBron James says racism still 'part of America' - Los Angeles Times

A racial epithet was spray-painted on the front gate of NBA star LeBron James' home in Brentwood, Los Angeles police said Wednesday. The vandalism was discovered about 6:45 a.m. and has since been painted over by the property manager, LAPD Officer ...

'Being black in America is tough': LeBron James addresses racial slur painted on LA home - Toronto Sun

OAKLAND — LeBron James attracts all kinds of attention and early Wednesday morning he attracted some of the worst kind. James' home in West Los Angeles was vandalized when a racial slur was spray painted on the gate of his Brentwood home.

Lebron on racist graffiti at home: 'Being black in America is tough' - NOLA.com

LeBron James and the Cavaliers start the NBA Finals vs. Golden State Thursday. (AP file photo). Print Email · Jim Kleinpeter, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune By Jim Kleinpeter, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune The Times-Picayune Email the author | Follow ...

Racial Slur Spray-painted On LeBron James' LA Home - Western Journalism

One of the homes belonging to NBA superstar LeBron James was vandalized with a racial slur on Wednesday, TMZ reported. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to USA Today that the crime occurred around 6:44 a.m.. According to reports ...

LeBron James Responds to Racial Vandalism: 'Being Black in America is Tough' - New York Times

LeBron James last week. A racial slur was reported to have been spray painted on his Los Angeles house on Wednesday. Credit Gregory Shamus/Getty Images. A day before he was set to begin his seventh straight N.B.A. finals, LeBron James had reason to ...

Racist Graffiti Spray Painted on LeBron James' Mansion Gate - WKRG

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Police are investigating after someone spray painted a racial slur on the front gate of LeBron James' home in Los Angeles on the eve of the NBA Finals. It happened Wednesday morning in Brentwood. Capt. Patricia Sandoval, a Los ...

LeBron James' home at L.A. reportedly vandalized with a racial slur - Blasting News

Whether we want to admit it or not, racism is still a big issue in American society. As it turns out, professional athletes are not safe from racism either, as they can also be the victims. We've often seen shades of racism on the playing field but ...

Being black in US tough says LeBron James after racist graffiti - BBC News

NBA superstar LeBron James has talked about the ordeal of suffering racism after the "N-word" was spray painted on to his Los Angeles home. "No matter how much money you have, no matter how famous you are... being black in America is tough," he said.

The Latest: LeBron reacts to slur spray painted on LA home - Washington Times

FILE - In this May 25, 2017, file photo, Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) soars to the basket over Boston Celtics forward Jae Crowder, left, and center Kelly Olynyk (41) during the second half of Game 5 of the ... more >. Print. By ...

Police Investigating Racial Slur Spray Painted on LeBron James' LA Home - Newsline

Police are investigating a racial epithet that was spray painted on the front gate of the Los Angeles home owned by Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James, reports say. The mansion in Brentwood is not James' main home and Captain Patricia Sandoval of ...

LeBron on vandalism: 'My family is safe…and that's the most important.' - fox8.com

OAKLAND, CA – LeBron James has addressed the racially-charged vandalism found on his Los Angeles home early Wednesday morning. According to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department, someone spray-painted the n-word on the front ...

LeBron James addresses home vandalism with powerful response about race in America - Sporting News

May 31, 2017 5:58pm EDT May 31, 2017 5:38pm EDT James answered questions for the first time since vandals spray-painted the n-word onto his Los Angeles home. LeBron James FTR .jpg. LeBron James (Getty Images) ...

LeBron James on racial incident: “Hate is living every day” - SFGate

Cavaliers star LeBron James offered an eloquent and pointed reaction Wednesday to the news that his home in Los Angeles was vandalized with a racial slur. Los Angeles police are investigating the incident, in which an unidentified person reportedly ...

LeBron James offers powerful response after home vandalized with racial slur - Sports Illustrated

LeBron James offered his first public comments Wednesday after his Los Angeles–area home was vandalized by a racial slur. In a thoughtful, lengthy response to a reporter's question, James first said that his family was safe before reflecting on race ...

LeBron James responds after 'racially motivated slur' found spray-painted at home - KTIC

(LOS ANGELES) — LeBron James has spoken out after police said a “racially motivated slur” was spray-painted on a front gate of the Cleveland Cavaliers star's West Los Angeles home. The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating the incident, which ...

LeBron James delivered a powerful response to the racist vandalism of his home - USA TODAY

On Wednesday morning, LeBron James' Los Angeles home was vandalized with racist graffiti. James was not at the house. On Wednesday afternoon, James faced the media for the first time since the incident and delivered a thoughtful response to the racist ...

LeBron James Says Hate in US Is 'Alive Every Single Day,' Responds to Vandalism - Bleacher Report

LeBron James addressed the racist vandalism that was spray-painted on the front gate of his Los Angeles home Wednesday, per TMZ Sports. Speaking to reporters at NBA Finals media day in Oakland, California, James said hate in America remains "alive ...