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Video: LeBron Heckled By Fan At His Son's AAU Game

LeBron James has a great life, obviously, with more fame and fortune than any man could ever desire. But there are downsides to being a celebrity, and this week, he unfortunately reportedly had to deal with some shenanigans at his son's scheduled AAU game.

James has been attending a number of LeBron Jr.'s games this offseason. This past Wednesday, according to numerous reports, an altercation, reportedly caused by a man heckling James, forced his son's game to be cancelled.

LeBron Jr.'s team, the North Coast Blue Chips, was scheduled to take on the Nike Meanstreets at Liberty High School. The Las Vegas Review-Journal says a man in a Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls jersey was ridiculing James and causing a scene.

The game was eventually cancelled and LeBron left the gym. Here's more:

The game between Bronny James’ North Coast Blue Chips and the Nike Meanstreets was canceled after a man wearing a Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls jersey began ridiculing the elder James and was denied entrance, according to a event official who declined to give his name.

The man, who was about 150 feet away from James, also screamed at event security and was eventually restrained, which triggered the cancellation and a brief altercation with security personnel.

Sam Gordon captured part of the incident. It doesn't look like much, but apparently it was enough.

Unfortunately, because of LeBron's presence, his son's AAU games can get out of hand at times. There isn't much he can do about it - it's just something that comes with the territory.