“What Are We Doing?”: LeBron James Criticizes the Replay Center After Losing Against the Nuggets

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The Los Angeles Lakers had to taste bitter defeat against the Denver Nuggets once again in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series. Lakers star LeBron James has come forward and criticized the replay center after suffering a disappointing loss.

The Lakers star attended a post-match conference and answered a few questions. A reporter asked Bron about his plans for the next game, but the Lakers star swayed from the topic and started complaining about the replay center and officials.

“I don’t understand what’s going on in the replay center, to be honest. I have said it this year; last year, I don’t know. D’Lo (D’Angelo Russell) clearly gets hit in the face on a drive… It makes no sense to me. Then I just saw what happened with the Sixers-Knicks game, too; what are we doing?” the Lakers star said in the post-game conference.

LeBron James presented his perspective on the game and the calls made. He indirectly blamed the reply system for not making the right calls at the right time. He appeared frustrated by the loss and called out the officiating in the Sixers vs. Knicks game.

What’s next for the Lakers and LeBron James after losing Game 2?

The Los Angeles Lakers, under LeBron James’ leadership, may have pulled off the biggest upset this year. They lost Game 2 of the first-round playoffs, blowing a twenty-point lead. The Lakers nation was heartbroken to witness this moment unfold before their eyes, and some of them couldn’t even believe it.

With their recent loss, the Nuggets gained a stronghold in this series with the Purple and Gold. The pressure on the squad is immense now, as the next game is a do-or-die for them. LeBron James will have to step up as squad leader and make sure they win Game 3 by whatever means. If they fail to do so, it will mean a disappointing end to their journey this season.

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