Breaking news: Lakers’ LeBron James reacts to foul, Raptors’ Rayakovic breaks ‘BS’ mismatch

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James led the team to a 132-131 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday after Raptors head coach Darko Rajkovic criticized him for a foul mismatch in the fourth quarter.‌
Speaking to reporters after the game (he’s in the video from 4: 02), James matter-of-factly answered a question about Lajakovic’s complaints: “I felt like they committed a foul, but we committed a foul.
I didn’t

In his postgame interview, Rayakovic told officials that the Lakers had 23 free throw attempts in the fourth quarter, while Toronto only had two.
What happened?
” Tonight is complete nonsense.
I’m sorry.
Too bad for the referee.
It’s a shame for the league to allow this to happen.
They threw 23 free throws and we got two free throws in the fourth quarter?
How to play the game?
I understand All-Stars and the respect for them, but we also have star players on our team.
“How is it possible that Scottie Barnes, an All-Star in this league, goes so hard to the rim every time he tries to get to the rim without flapping or trying to “foul” him?
Is it?
Will he shout that he got two free throws the entire game?
Does such a thing ever happen?
How can you explain this to me?

Radjakovic said the Lakers benefited greatly from fouls in the fourth quarter and their performance at the free throw line allowed them to score 44 points in the final frame.
The Raptors scored 42 points in the fourth quarter despite the lack of positive votes, but it wasn’t enough to keep pace with Los Angeles, who won by one point.
In this game, the Lakers made 28 of 36 free throw attempts (77.
8 percent), while the Raptors made only 13 shots from the charity stripe for a percentage of 8 (61.
5 percent).

  • In a game that didn’t feature much defense, both teams shot great from the field, with Toronto shooting 56.
    4 percent from the floor and 48.
    6 percent from long range.
    Meanwhile, the Lakers shot 54.
    3 percent from the field and 44.
    4 percent from 3-point range.
    Lakers big man Anthony Davis was undoubtedly the star of the game with 41 points, 11 rebounds, and 6 assists, and LeBron contributed to the victory with 22 points, 12 assists, and 5 boards.
    The Raptors missed out on a balanced offensive performance with their four starters Scottie Barnes, Pascal Siakam, RJ Barrett and Immanuel Quickley scoring 21 to 26 points.
    Tuesday’s loss dropped the Raptors to 15-22 on the season, but they will look to bounce back when they stay in Los Angeles to face the Clippers on Wednesday.
    The Lakers, who improved to 19 wins and 19 losses, will take Wednesday off and play against the Phoenix Suns on Thursday.

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