LOS ANGELES: LeBron James has been suspended for one game following his bloody clash with Detroit Pistons player Isaiah Stewart, the NBA said Monday. Los Angeles Lakers star James was ejected for only the second time in his career after wildly lashing out at Stewart during Sunday’s victory over the Pistons. Stewart was left with blood pouring from a facial injury following the flashpoint, and needed to be restrained repeatedly by team-mates and staff as he attempted to confront James. The 20-year-old Stewart was given a two-game suspension for his part in the altercation. The NBA said Stewart had been given a two-game ban for “escalating an on-court altercation by repeatedly and aggressively pursuing (James) in an unsportsmanlike manner.” James’ suspension, which means he will miss the Lakers game against the New York Knicks on Tuesday, was for “recklessly hitting Stewart in the face and initiating an on-court altercation.” Lakers star Anthony Davis later said James had struck Stewart unintentionally.