Walt Frazier clarifies remarks critical of LeBron James

Heather Diaz
March 19, 2019

Be that as it may, the topic of the historic franchise possibly getting that pick came up and was talked about when former National Basketball Association all-star Paul Pierce suggested that if it were to happen, the Lakers should strongly think about trading The King and replace him with Zion Williamson.

Los Angeles played a nail-biting contest in Madison Square Garden against the Knicks on Sunday that featured a spectacular game-winning play.

But James also insisted the Lakers want to be winners.

"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.

While Dwyane Wade and LeBron James' seasons are going in different directions, the Miami Heat legend is sticking up for his former teammate.

"We didn't close the game out". "If you are saying that you are the reason that he is missing shots, you are an idiot". Ir wash the Lakers' third consecutive and fell to 31-39 in the standings, nine games out of the playoffs picture in the Western Conference. There's no rule that says if you have a bunch of younger teammates next to LeBron James. "We have a couple more wins than them, but both teams right now are on the outside looking in, so it's not much of a difference".

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They finished 16 of 22 in the period to lead 41-30, but the Lakers outscored them 36-22 in the second to bring a 66-63 edge into halftime.

Trying to turn a negative into a positive, the second-year star has turned his attention to using his remaining minutes of the 2018/19 Lakers season the season to develop his game further and get some reps up before another long summer.

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"He's earned the right to feel that out and take the shots he feels like are going to be good for him".

"It never comes down to that final play", coach Luke Walton said. The forward was ruled out for the season earlier this month after he was diagnosed with deep venous thrombosis.

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