King of the MTA: LeBron James, Cavs Ride Subway Before Knicks Game

King of the MTA: LeBron James, Cavs Ride Subway Before Knicks Game

King of the MTA: LeBron James, Cavs Ride Subway Before Knicks Game

The Cavs are visiting the Big Apple for Monday's game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. "Decided to take a different transportation this time", James said, panning around the train to capture his teammates.

"We had to two options", Kyle Korver said while sitting next to LeBron James, who recorded a portion of the trip on Uninterrupted.

The team, who were nearly too big for the subway auto, were squishing together for the ride. Fans can be heard saying hello to former Knick J.R. Smith as the team makes their way to the platform.

As the Cavs were walking through Penn Station to the underground subway, one passerby said "KP gonna get y'all tonight" as he walked by James and his teammates.

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Another Knicks fan is also heard talking up Kristaps Porzingis when he sees the Cavaliers walking by. "A 45-minute bus ride or a six-minute train ride".

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

According to's Playoff Probabilities Report - a table which simulates each teams remaining schedule 7,500 times and spits out a variety of numbers - the Cleveland Cavaliers only have an 8% chance of making the playoffs at the end of the season.

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