On a momentous occasion, the Chicago Bulls defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 124-108 on Wednesday.
On this day twenty years ago, four-time NBA MVP LeBron James
began his dominion over Chicago with his first professional game vs the Bulls.
Even more ironically, in Wednesday's third quarter, after drawing a foul on a made layup, James pointed right into the camera, making the scene even more full circle.
It turns out that twenty years earlier, during James' first game versus the Bulls, the same cameraman was stationed on the sideline
Longtime NBC Sports Chicago camera operator Dave Cella was there on December 20, 2003, when LeBron James scored 32 points.
The Bulls broadcast honored the incredible turn of events by showing Cella and LeBron side by side in both games
with commentators Stacey King and Adam Amin providing humorous commentary.