#MakeAmericaHateAgain: 'Nigger' Spray Painted on Home Owned by LeBron James

According to the Associated Press, the N-word was spray painted on the front gate of James' home in Brentwood. It's believed James is with the Cavaliers for all the pre-finals events.

A West Los Angeles home owned by LeBron James was vandalized Wednesday morning at 6:44 a.m., Los Angeles Police Department officer Norma Eisenman confirmed to USA TODAY Sports.

Capt. Patricia Sandoval, a Los Angeles police spokeswoman, says James wasn't at the home at the time.

"Some type of slur was painted on his gate, and property management painted over it already", she said.

The property manager was notified and the incident is under investigation, police said.

Public records show that James bought the house in 2015 for just under $21 million.

James is believed to be in San Francisco for team training ahead of their first game of the National Basketball Association finals on Thursday, against the Golden State Warriors.

"Unfortunately, in 2017 people still think the way they do", a source close to James, 32, told ESPN.

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