LeBron James Experiences Cramps Late In 4th Quarter Vs. Thunder

LeBron James left Game 4 of the NBA Finals with cramps, but he didn't let that keep him out for long. He was back on the court just over a minute later, still limping a bit but coming up with a huge three-point shot .

LeBron experienced the cramps when he attempted a drive on the basket and fell to the ground, his left knee first hitting the floor. After a little bit he got back up, but eventually he had to motion to the bench and be taken out of the game. He went to the sidelines and had the trainers work on his quads and his knees.

Nothing is going to stop LeBron from winning this game, especially not cramps.

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