LeBron James Gets in Mario Chalmers' Face During Timeout

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistDecember 19, 2013

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Members of the Miami Heat lost their cool on Wednesday night in a game against the Indiana Pacers. LeBron James and Mario Chalmers had to be separated during a timeout.

However, James took responsibility for the spat and was spotted telling Chalmers that it was his bad:

James and Chalmers took to Twitter after the game to say things were all good between the two:

I love @mchalmers15 like a blood brother! I was wrong and apologized to him! We good and will always be good. I ride wit him any & every day

— LeBron James (@KingJames) December 19, 2013

All good big bro @KingJames. At the end of the day we brothas and nothin gonna change that

— Mario Chalmers (@mchalmers15) December 19, 2013

--End of Update--

This is usually a group that seems to have a lot of fun on and off the court, but James exploded off the bench at Chalmers. It happened during a big game, so emotions were already running high.

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