Picture Credit: Twitter

Picture Credit: Twitter

San Francisco 49ers star player George Kittle was in the stands for the Golden State Warriors vs Los Angeles Lakers Game 2 during the ongoing NBA Playoff season. Other than him, Joe Montana and Christian McCaffrey were also in attendance for the important match, which the LA Lakers lost 100-127 to the Golden State Warriors earlier today. However, these NFL stars were under the limelight during the game but the 49ers tight end player was under the radar for some other reasons too.

The 29-year-old American was caught booing Lakers star player LeBron James during the final minute of the third quarter as LeBron was booked for a technical for arguing with the referee over a foul call. The discussion prolonged despite taking into consideration the lopsided margin.

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The argument was about a foul by LeBron James by Andrew Wiggins, but the referee did not call it. The argument drew cheers from the crowd which quickly turned into booing.

LeBron had a tough day at work as Klay Thompson-led Golden State Warriors equalized the series to 1-1 after Game 2. After dropping Game 1 at home, Warriors came out and trounced the Lakers by 27 points, winning 127-100. Klay Thompson was on fire for the Warriors as he led the way with 30 points and one assist on the day and was ably supported by Stephen Curry who scored 20 points. LeBron had a massive first half with 21 points but cooled off dramatically in the third quarter. The Lakers star scored just two points on 1-for-5 shooting, three of those misses coming from 3-point range. The series now heads to Los Angeles for Game 3 on Sunday.