Aaron Rodgers Calls Cameras Close to the Action in Sports Dangerous

LeBron James possibly flashing the camera wasn't the only moment from Game 4 of the NBA Finals to cause a stir.
In the second quarter, the Cleveland Cavaliers star also crashed into a cameraman sitting on the floor under the basket, slicing his head open on the camera. James collapsed to the floor, where he grimaced in pain before he got up and received "a few stitches," as he said during his postgame press conference.
The incident also seemed to get the attention of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who posted several tweets complaining about the existence of cameras on basketball courts and football fields.
Rodgers wrote, "The under the basket camera has always been dangerous. The camera following players into the huddle is just unnecessary, IMO."