LeBron James curses at the NBA over the replay center following the Lakers' loss to the Nuggets.  

On Monday night, an irate LeBron James took the platform for his postgame press conference following the Los Angeles Lakers' loss to the Denver Nuggets in Game 2 of their first-round series in the NBA Playoffs.  

James, who hasn't been afraid to express his discontent with NBA officials this season, cursed out the league over the replay center.  

"I don't understand what's going on in the replay center, to be honest," he said.   

"D-Lo was certainly smacked in the face during the drive. What the (expletive) do we have a replay center... it makes no sense.  

It doesn't make sense. "It bothers me." James is alluding to Lakers guard D'Angelo Russell's third-quarter drive  

during which he appeared to be smacked in the face by Nuggets player Michael Porter Jr. Porter was called for a foul, but Denver challenged the decision, and it was overturned.  

Russell also expressed his frustrations regarding the call after the game, using his X, formerly Twitter, account.  

Facing a 2-0 hole, James and the Lakers will travel back to Los Angeles for Game 3 of the series, which tips off at 10 p.m. ET on Thursday. 

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