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Shocking: LeBron went to social media to express his disappointment…

The Lakers are citing the recent game against the Heat in their complaint…

Every point matters in the fiercely competitive NBA; therefore, it is crucial for the Los Angeles Lakers to make sure LeBron James, their best player, gets fair officiating.

The Lakers’ management has recently moved their complaints from the floor to the league office in response to a contentious matchup with the Miami Heat.

The Lakers and head coach Darvin Ham feel that there hasn’t been a fair amount of criticism, especially when it comes to LeBron James.

This was brought to light following a thrilling 108-107 loss to the Heat, where the Lakers reportedly filed an official complaint with the NBA, according to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin.

Darvin Ham didn’t mince his words post-game

Reflections after the game revealed a lot of displeasure, especially with one particular event involving James and Thomas Bryant.

In his press conference following the game, James pointed out a discrepancy in the officials’ justifications, stating, It was obvious that Thomas Bryant had elbowed, like, an arm straight across my face when I went for the dunk attempt against him. And I asked him to explain himself.

According to one of the referees, he was standing straight up with his hands raised. Despite not seeing anything, two of the referees said they were blocked.

The Lakers believed that Bryant’s defensive play, which featured an elbow to James’ face and an arm swipe, was the kind of contact that, under the current league rules, would have resulted in a flagrant 1 charge. James, the four-time NBA MVP, expressed his dismay over the no-call situation.

Darvin Ham, the coach, also spoke out against the situation. He was given a technical foul for his protests against the officiating during the game.

After the game, Ham restated his position, highlighting James’ direct and combative style of play. I watched Bron shoot four free throws, and I could see clearly how many times he attacked the hoop and got slapped on the arm.

Man Ham said that this was not called. He’s not giving up. I’m watching him lunge hard into the hole.

For the Lakers and LeBron James, the frequency and significance of missed calls are too great to be left to chance, even though they are a part of the game.

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