LeBron James hasn’t had many ejections in his NBA career.
Over the course of 19 seasons in the NBA, James has been ejected just twice from games. The first, as a matter of fact, occurred 15 years into his NBA career. In November 2017, James was ejected after arguing a call with referee Kane Fitzgerald during a Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers game.
In the third quarter of that game, James believed he was fouled on a shot and turned to argue with Fitzgerald after not hearing a whistle. It only took a few seconds of arguing, but James was tossed from the game with an entire quarter to go on a double-technical.
The Cavaliers won that game 108-97.
The second time James was ejected came in November 2021 after a major incident with Isaiah Stewart of the Detroit Pistons.
In the third quarter of that game, James hit Stewart in the face with his elbow on a free throw, which earned a flagrant foul 2. Stewart had words — and then some — with James after the fact, which escalated into a near brawl between the Pistons and Los Angeles Lakers.
Warnings on the video for blood.