Ice Cube doesn't believe what Frazier was selling yesterday.
In the midst of a disappointing loss at the hands of the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James decided to sit at the end of the bench after coming off the court. Usually, a player is expected to sit amongst their teammates, but it looked as though LeBron was refusing to do so. His behavior led MSG broadcaster, Walt Frazier, to lace into James with some hard criticism.
“This type of behavior … when you’re the face of the NBA, you should be more a part of your team, folks,” Frazier said on the MSG broadcast (H/T New York Post). “No matter what is going on. In the public, you gotta be a part of the team. Maybe in the locker room you’re not, but you have to exude that type of togetherness in public, folks. And right now we see he doesn’t really care.”
The rapper also explained how everybody on the Lakers is tradable at this point and that while there have been some chemistry issues, you can't blame it all on LeBron.