During last night's Los Angeles Lakers-Houston Rockets matchup, a fight went down after James Harden and Brandon Ingram got into it over an offensive foul called by the referee.
During the fight, Rajon Rondo and Chris Paul started throwing haymakers at each other, sparked by Rondo allegedly spitting in Paul's face.
When LeBron James got to the scene, he chose to hold back Paul, one of his best friends in the NBA.
Ingram & Harden get into and then Rondo & Paul and punches fly pic.twitter.com/A8SLQUmqsz— CJ Fogler (@cjzer0) October 21, 2018
James' decision to engage with Paul had many questioning the King's loyalty to his team.
One viewer in particular seemed very upset with LeBron: Kendrick Perkins.
Perkins, a former teammate of LeBron's, commented on retired NBA player Stephen Jackson's Instagram, which showed a video of the fight.
This is messy on 1,000 different levels pic.twitter.com/HUNKqwsIfr— Tyler R. Tynes (@TylerRickyTynes) October 21, 2018
Perkins said of LeBron's actions, " lost a lot of respect for a certain someone but who I am to judge!"
LeBron choosing not to support his teammates on the court could potentially create a rift in the locker room. Let's hope that's not the case.