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The most savage and funny reactions to LeBron's dirty elbow “LeBron was legit terrified, he knows he messed with the wrong dude.”

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LeBron James elbowed Isaiah Stewart, and all hell broke loose. The young Piston lost control and had to be stopped several times before six guys barely got him off the court. The end result, so far, is an ejection for both players. LeBron was ejected for a Flagrant 2, and Stewart presumably for his reaction.

In the moment, everyone's mind went to the Malice at the Palace, and will we get Malice at Little Caesars Arena. Fortunately, that didn't happen, but unlike the Malice, we have social media nowadays, and the internet remains undefeated. If we were to sum up the overall sentiment, it would be that LeBron regretted his actions the moment he saw Stewart walking towards him and that Laker Nation didn't disappoint with their bias. Here are the best reactions.

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