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14 November 2017, 12:27 | Andy Ferguson
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The NBA's twitter account posted another video of the team - decked out in Cavs sweats - heading down into Penn Station to catch their train.
The Cavaliers are in town on Monday, so LeBron's comments should give the Knicks plenty of bulletin-board material. LeBron said the team's options back to the hotel were a 45 minutes bus ride or a six minute train ride. And so you shuffle your way through to an open hand rail or clear seat, making as little eye contact as possible with your fellow riders and immediately tuning out any annoying noises.
The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar angered a New York City subway rider Monday during the National Basketball Association team's unlikely underground journey. Or, as J.R. Smith put it, "like real citizens".
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.
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