Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James on Tuesday became the latest voice to weigh in on the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal and Rob Manfred’s handling of the situation, urging the baseball commissioner to “fix this for the sake of sports.”

James joins a growing chorus of players who have called out the cheating Astros and Manfred, among them Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner, whose Dodgers lost the 2017 World Series to the Astros in seven games, three-time AL MVP Mike Trout from the crosstown Los Angeles Angels, and Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, who finished as the runner-up in 2017 American League MVP voting to Astros second baseman Jose Altuve.

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Manfred in recent days has defended his punishment of the Astros, but came under fire for characterizing the World Series trophy as a “piece of metal” in an interview with ESPN’s Karl Ravech.

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