Whether it was on purpose or not remains unclear, but LeBron James definitely got wet after helping the Miami Heat beat the Boston Celtics last night.
During game six of the Easter Conference Finals, James scored 45 points -- 30 before halftime -- and had 15 rebounds contributing to the 98-79 victory over the Celtics.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra described James as "absolutely fearless" and "contagious" last night.
"The way he approached the last 48 hours, and not only LeBron, but everybody else," Spoelstra said. "Nobody likes getting dirt thrown on your face before you're even dead. He showed great resolve."
Still, it wasn't dirt that got thrown in James' face last night. As he was leaving the court, something appears to be spilled through a mesh netting over James walking to the locker room.
James seems relatively unfazed -- unlike his Heat staff member who appears more upset over it -- and keeps walking on.
See it happen here:
What do you think? Was the beverage dumped by an angry Celtics fan or an accident?
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
[H/T Huffington Post]