King's commute: LeBron, Cavs hop on NYC subway after shootaround

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Cleveland faces the New York Knicks Monday evening, but took some time to be "like real citizens", according to J.R. Smith.

In James' video, Cavs guard Kyle Korver said the team was faced with either a 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride, so they made a decision to take the public transportation route.

The team, who were nearly too big for the subway auto, were squishing together for the ride.

The trip was documented both by the NBA's Twitter account and LeBron James on Uninterrupted.

The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar angered a New York City subway rider Monday during the National Basketball Association team's unlikely underground journey. "Can you not?" the rider said as the camera panned on him before leaving his seat.

Another Knicks fan is also heard talking up Kristaps Porzingis when he sees the Cavaliers walking by.

Another video was shown on the NBA's Instagram showing the team walking the streets of the city back to the hotel following their train ride.

LeBron James narrated most of the video, confirming it was his first time taking the subway in NY and second time overall.

Needless to say, James didn't leave any of his personal tickets for Mr.

As New York attempts to improve to 8-5, however, one of the tallest tasks to date is standing in front of it: A motivated Cleveland Cavaliers team.

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