Published: Mon, March 18, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Walton defends LeBron after Knicks defeat

Walton defends LeBron after Knicks defeat

"This type of behavior ... when you're the face of the National Basketball Association, you should be more a part of your team, folks", Frazier said on the MSG broadcast (H/T New York Post). In public, you've got to be part of the team. "Maybe in the locker room you're not but you have to exude that type of togetherness in public".

Although the photo you're about to see, which quickly became a meme shared all over social media, came after a foul he committed on James earlier in the contest, it's kind of a ideal summary of what Hezonja and his teammates did to James and the hapless Lakers. The Knicks are one of the worst teams in the league, but the Lakers were the only team they were able to sweep all season. Lakers head coach Luke Walton explained he was comfortable with James' shot selection and not taking a timeout. "Being the competitor that I am, it bothers me that I didn't make enough plays down the stretch", James told reporters after the nail-biter.

"Listen, at the end of the day this franchise wants to win and wants to win big, and the one thing about the franchise, they cater to the players", James said.

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Bullock's 3-pointer and 16-foot jumper capped the Lakers' 36-point quarter and gave the club a 66-63 advantage at intermission. "If you are saying that you are the reason that he is missing shots, you are an idiot".

When the Los Angeles Lakers added LeBron James the narrative instantly switched over to what superstar the team would bring in alongside James to contend for the title. Two teams out of the postseason. At least James could console himself with a show of support from ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, who responded to Frazier's criticism by tweeting, "Folks are going too far".

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