LeBron Tries to Get Candy for His Daughter Mid-game, Vitaly Potapenko Looks so Sad, Confused

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LeBron James' daughter, Zhuri, wanted some candy during a timeout in last night's Cavs game against the Chicago Bulls.

Number-one dad LeBron began asking the coaching staff if they had any candy on them — it's the Holiday season, after all.



Vitaly Potapenko, the Ukrainian big-man coach who played for the Cavs in the 90s, shook his head no when approached by James. His lips began to curl in remorse as LeBron sought a solution elsewhere. (The candy was eventually procured by what looked like a security guard.) 

POTAPENKO'S NEW JOB: HAVE CANDY ON HIS PERSON AT ALL TIMES.


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