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The Sacramento Bee and a handful of other Northern California outlets first reported that at a Sierra Foothill League basketball game between Woodcreek (Cal.) High and rival Roseville (Cal.) High, a student-fueled homage to LeBron James actually forced the relocation of the game from Woodcreek to Roseville at halftime.
Prior to the start of his games, James has a tradition of taking a handful of baby powder and clapping it into the air. It’s sort of like he’s signaling his presence to the opposition, we guess.
Anyways, and this is from Yahoo! Sports, Woodcreek’s “black mob” pulled off this massive amplification of Bron Bron’s trademark move. However, the game had to be delayed for a while as they had actually caused a baby power dust cloud to form. If that wasn’t enough, the floor was so slippery (it was covered in baby powder, after all) that multiple stoppages were called until, finally, both teams and a gym full of fans got into cars and drove across town to play out the second half at Roseville.
Maybe they should pocket this stunt for now: Roseville went on to beat Woodcreek and the “black mob”, 87-71.