Former NBA forward Chandler Parsons was surprised when he saw the Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James She turned on the officials on Saturday at the end of regulation for their game against the Boston Celtics.
Parsons, a former All-Rookie First Team member, appeared on FanDuel TV’s Run It Back and said there was no way he could ever act the way James is acting in that moment.
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“I can watch my French bulldog get run over by the postman right now, and I wouldn’t act that way. I swear to God,” Parsons said on the show. “That was one of the craziest reactions.”
It was “impressive,” Parsons said, however, that James would explode like that in a regular season game.
On a 105-105 game with about 4 seconds left, James went to his left and swooped down the lane toward the basket. James was flanked by three Celtics defenders and came up to the basket with his left hand, and it looked like he was hit in the arm by Jason Tatum.
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James missed the layup and there he was No foul called on the play. The Lakers star was beside himself for no contact and fell to the ground in disbelief. Patrick Beverley, at one point, came up with a camera to show the referee what he had missed. He got a technical foul.
James said after the game, “I don’t understand. I don’t understand what we’re doing, and I watch basketball every day.” “I watch the games every day and I don’t see it happening to anyone else. It’s just weird.”
National Basketball Referees Association A statement was issued On a brutal missed call.
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“Like everyone else, referees make mistakes,” the tweet read. “We made one at the end of last night’s game and it hurts us. This play is going to take a toll and cause sleepless nights as we strive to be the best referees we can be.”
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