After the Los Angeles Lakers handled their business with little stress against the Houston Rockets on Sunday night, Lakers star LeBron James understandably had his attention on what was going on in Pittsburgh as his Cleveland Browns played in their first playoff game since 2002 against their division rival Pittsburgh Steelers, 48-37.
While LeBron and the Lakers put the finishing touches on the Rockets, the Browns jumped out to an incredible 28-0 first-quarter lead. But the game, being a single-elimination game, had a lot of drama left. It wasn’t until a turnover in the 4th quarter, an interception by Sione Takitaki, that the Browns could truly feel safe with their lead, which was exactly when LeBron took to twitter to shout out the playmaker and the Browns.
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