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Watch: LeBron James receives hilarious heckle by woman at Cavaliers-Thunder game

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The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 115-92 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The 18,203 in attendance saw the Cavaliers' LeBron James score 25 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds against the third-ranked team in the Western Conference. Kevin Durant scored 26 points, three assists, and five rebounds for the Thunder, but this wasn't enough to help his side achieve a victory.

King James didn't go through the entire game unscathed, as he was on the receiving end of a hilarious verbal attack by a woman in the crowd.

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At the end of the second quarter when the Cavaliers were leading 60-53, the woman told the four-time MVP to 'Just suck it up' after he was complaining about a foul on him. 

He obviously took it in his stride, as seen by his statistics at the end of the game which helped the Cleveland-based franchise earn their fifth win in a row and stay at the top of the Eastern Conference.

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However, James didn't immediately react to the woman's heckle, but after the game, he said on his Instagram account: "I guess she told me!! Hahahaha #JustSuckItUpLeBron #NoMomo #Classic."

Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue was very pleased with his team's performance, as he said according to ESPN: "These guys step up. They play hard, they play for each other. If they continue to do that, they'll be fine."

The Cavaliers will be looking to make it six wins in a row when they play against the Detroit Pistons on February 23.

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