If you were watching LeBron James in Game 2 of the Finals, it was hard to look away from his bloody eye that he got after Draymond Green poked his eye in the first half of Game 1.
During the postgame press conference, James told reporters that his eye wasn't going to keep him out of the game.
"I'll be in uniform, and I'll continue to try to make plays and help our team be successful and try to get one up on the board," said James.
James, who's known to always FaceTime with his daughter Zhuri while he is out on the road, said his daughter wasn't a fan of his bloody eye.
Even LeBron's daughter is weirded out by her dad's bloody eye. pic.twitter.com/rqoZaoQijj
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) June 4, 2018
"Yeah, she didn't like the FaceTime that we had earlier. She was a little weirded out about it. But I'll be fine. So everything's good. Appreciate it.