Did LeBron James push down Giannis Antetokounmpo and stomp on him? (video)




 

The Bucks beat the Cavaliers in a thriller last night, but the otherwise-fantastic game featured a questionable moment.

Did LeBron James push down Giannis Antetokounmpo and stomp on him? Or did Antetokounmpo just lose his balance, then LeBron took an awkward step to disengage their tangled legs?

I can't know LeBron's intent. I can't even see exactly what happened here, as the score graphic covers part of the sequence.

But I know other players - to use a cross-sport example, Ndamukong Suh - wouldn't receive the benefit of the doubt.

At least Antetokounmpo wasn't hurt. He sprung right up, leaving this to be forgotten - unless something else suspect occurs again.

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