by Fox News
One small gesture that Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James made after his team’s loss Thursday night has made big waves online after a photographer caught it on video.
“King James” was the first to leave the court after the first game of the NBA Finals — but he was the last member of his team to enter the locker room. That’s because he stopped to shake hands or high-five every single one of his teammates.
ESPN first posted the video on its Instagram page with the caption: “LeBron was the first off the court but wasn’t the first to the locker room,” Fox 8 reported.
The Cavaliers shared the video on their Facebook page with the caption: “Leadership.” As of Friday, it’s received some 80,000 likes and counting.
The Cavaliers lost 113-91 to the Golden State Warriors Thursday night. Last year, the two teams met in the finals which the Cavaliers won in seven games. The win was the first championship ever for the Cavaliers.
The second game of the finals is set for this Sunday.