At one point during Sunday's game, James sat apart from his teammates during a timeout, which drew criticism from MSG Network broadcaster and retired Knicks legend Walt "Clyde" Frazier. Starting with James' groin injury, it spiraled into losses, his return and the Anthony Davis trade rumors that created chaos and caused questionable comments of the team's other players.
"This type of behavior is not - when you're the face of the National Basketball Association, I think you should be more a part of your team no matter what is going on", Frazier said in the broadcast via Bleacher Report. Being the competitor that I am, it bothers me that I didn't make enough plays down the stretch, it bothers me that I didn't even get a shot up at the hoop.
"No matter what is going on, in the public, you gotta be a part of the team", the 73-year-old analyst continued.
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While that final attempt didn't manifest for the Lakers (31-39), there was no second-guessing the decision to put the ball in their superstar's hands. "Of course that stuff bothers me", James said. "And right now we can see that he doesn't really care".
Frazier went on to discuss coach Luke Walton's job security.
'Give the Knicks credit for staying with it, ' Walton told reporters.
"Yeah, I'm always super aggressive looking to score but I need to use these games to develop myself, play with the ball more like I have the past two or three games, understand how defenses are playing and trying to hit my teammates and make other people better", explained Kuzma.
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He just needed to convince her that she had the fight, that she had the strength, that she had to go for every point. As Dominika Cibulkova , Garbine Muguruza , Elina Svitolina , and Angelique Kerber will tell you, she certainly can.
"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", he said.
'The Knicks stepped up and made some big shots and some big defensive plays'.
The Lakers appeared to pull away from the Knicks midway into the fourth quarter, as Kentavious Caldwell-Pope drilled a 3-pointer and Alex Caruso added a steal and a layup in transition to build a 112-105 lead.
Mudiay led the scoring for the Knicks with 28 points while Damyean Dotson had 25 points.
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