LeBron James is known by many different names, he is the King, the best in the world and now apparently, a crybaby?
LeBron has been setting the NBA alight this year and has made a very strong case for the MVP award.
He is up against Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors, James Harden of the Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder's star man Russell Westbrook.
LeBron may not be the newest in the hunt for the MVP award but Cleveland's success this year can largely be attributed to him.
He may be struggling to get along with team-mate Kevin Love but they are succeeding on the court having lost only two of their last 10 games.
One of those defeats came at the hands of the Brooklyn Nets on Friday night and despite their 106-98 defeat, there is a worse headline for LeBron.
One of the world's best has been called a crybaby by a well known Nets fan who believes that LeBron was the reason security asked him to move.
Known as Mr Whammy, Bruce Reznick is a well known fan around the Barclays Center and is known for heckling players as they move up and down the court.
He often sits behind the baseline and is normally seen waving his arms during the visiting team's free throws - like most other home fans.
But During Friday's game, Reznick was asked by NBA security, then Barclays Center security and finally Nets CEO Brett Yormark to move.
"LeBron is a crybaby. I know it was him that asked the security to make me move. He doesn't like that I make him miss." - Reznick revealing why he was asked to move
LeBron missed a free throw in which Reznick was largely seen to be heckling him, much to the home fans delight.
An NBA source did come out after the game and confirmed that the Cleveland Cavaliers had requested that Reznick be moved from his seat.
Cleveland finally meeting expectations?
Due to a string of high profile off-season acquisitions, Cleveland were largely expected to walk to this year's NBA title.
It didn't start out that way however with the Cavaliers struggling to even develop a winning record early in the season.
They have now secured a play-off spot and would need to drastically drop their form in order to get anything lower than the East's second seed.