Draymond Green was called for a technical foul in the second quarter for arguing a foul call after his contest on a LeBron James layup.
Green, though, clearly poked LeBron in the eyes.
In the fourth quarter, viewers got a glimpse at the actual damage the poke did to LeBron’s eye. It looked extremely painful.
It appeared that there was bleeding in LeBron’s left eye. The broadcast eventually zoomed in to show off the mark.
Despite the poked eye, LeBron put together another 40-plus point performance in the NBA Finals.
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