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Lebron argument spurs jailhouse fight

Lebron argument spurs jailhouse fight

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SANDUSKY, Ohio – Everyone has an opinion about LeBron James’s decision to return to Cleveland and where there are opinions, there are bound to be disputes, even behind bars.

Authorities say a northern Ohio man convicted of killing a three-year-old boy ended up with a broken nose in a jailhouse fight that started with an argument over the NBA star’s return to the Cavaliers.

The Sandusky Register reports that Michael Milner, 25, was treated for injuries following the fight in the Erie County jail on Friday. The 19-year-old inmate who allegedly punched him likely will face charges.

Authorities say the two squared off on the basketball court not long after James announced he would return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The two had argued about James earlier in their pod.

Surveillance footage from the recreation area shows the men playing basketball before punches were exchanged.

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