ANIMATED: LeBron James Rolls Ankle, Takes Out Woman In Front Row

LeBron James went into the crowd again, and this time he was the one who came out hurt. James dove into the first row as he tried to save a ball late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat, landing awkwardly on ... an older lady's foot. He stayed down after rolling his ankle, but returned to the game a short time later.

Since he returned, we can laugh at this now.

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Also notice the lady's reaction. It's absolutely hilarious.

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"How dare you, young man!"

It's still probably better than LeBron's two-for-one in Miami, in which he took out two kids at the same time. There should probably be a splash zone that comes with a warning for LeBron's games.

Keep up with the latest highlights and new from this game on our Heat vs. Lakers StoryStream. For more on the Lakers, please visit Silver Screen And Roll and SB Nation Los Angeles. For more on the Heat, check out Peninsula Is Mightier.

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