LeBron James rants at NBA’s replay center after Lakers-Nuggets buzzer-beater

After the Los Angeles Lakers lost a golden opportunity, LeBron James became very angry.

It wasn't so much that they blew a 20-point lead that was making him mad. Or his game-tying 3-point attempt that rimmed out in the final seconds.

Alternatively, Monday night's 101-99 Denver Nuggets victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 2 of their first-round series was jamal murray's fadeaway buzzer-beater.

The NBA's replay center in Secaucus, New Jersey was a more distant target of James' wrath. 

His anger stemmed from a replay review that ruled Michael Porter Jr. not guilty because he had barely touched D'Angelo Russell in the second half.

James admits, "I don't understand what's going on in the replay center, to be honest," as his squad returns to Los Angeles for Thursday's Game 3 with a 2-0 disadvantage. 

On the drive, D-Lo is obviously smacked in the face. It is completely puzzling why we have a replay center. Everything is illogical. That troubles me.

After the Lakers' 68-48 deficit was wiped out by Murray and the Nuggets, who won their tenth consecutive game, James was noticeably more circumspect in his postgame interview than normal.

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