The Chicago Bulls ended the Miami Heat's 27-game winning streak with an abrupt punch in the mouth on Wednesday, and one fan tried to go home with a bit of a souvenir, along with the jubilation of his hometown team ending the historic streak.
After Miami's streak was ended six wins shy of the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers' record, LeBron James and the boys headed off the court without their usual hugs and handshakes with the opposing team, looking to get out of the hostile environment.
On their way through the tunnel, a fan reached down and apparently tried to snag LeBron's headband. LeBron jerked back, stared at the guy for a second and continued on his path.
Who knows though, maybe the fan was just trying to console LeBron, or maybe he was just looking to figure out where that ever-elusive hairline ends.
Either way, it's now the second time that LeBron has had to deal with a fan getting a bit too touchy during this streak. The first time was back in Cleveland with a desperate plea from a fan.
At least that time LeBron was on the other end of the head-patting.
It's time that people learn to realize boundaries and stop touching LeBron James. You know what, stop touching anybody without getting some sort of permission beforehand.