It Was "No Accident": Isaiah Stewart Set For Rematch With LeBron James Sunday Night

Are we ready for Round 2 of LeBron James vs. Isaiah Stewart? Sunday night at Staples Center, the Los Angeles Lakers host the Detroit Pistons. Stewart hasn't forgiven James, according to his latest comments.  

Less than one week ago in Detroit, a LeBron forearm smash to the face of the Pistons forward set off one of the wildest on-court scenes ever in the NBA, as Stewart charged after James repeatedly, as blood flowed down from his eye and in his mouth. 

James was suspended one game, and Stewart for two. But the Pistons' big man still isn't convinced that the hit from LeBron wasn't on purpose: 

"I watched the film," said Stewart on Friday. "Me personally, I didn’t feel like it was an accident, but it’s my last time addressing it. My main focus right now is on my team."

Stewart had more to say. “I’m not gonna let that define who I am. I’m gonna let what Detroit drafted me for define who I am and the way I play basketball so I don’t want to address that no more. My main focus is on helping my teammates and coaches.”

It remains to be seen, however, how much his focus will be on LeBron when the two teams meet for a rematch Sunday night. 

It's been a rough week for LeBron, who, in addition to the fight with Stewart, also had two Pacers fans ejected from a game in Indiana after they made threatening and disgusting comments towards him; and he received a $15,000 fine from the league for doing the Sam Cassell big-balls dance after a basket in that game. 

James vs. Stewart. Who's got the bigger chip on their shoulder come Sunday night?