12.1: David Lee goes after Richard Jefferson
David Lee defends Warriors' turf after taking offense to Richard Jefferson's rim antics.
Yeah. -- Obviously David Lee had to walk away without you. No disrespect to aptly answered her for years he was in theaters I was in New York. You know would be there already up by fifteen or so and and and made a nice play on and on a lob and he gets it down that's fine. Try to take the ball out of bounds city you know -- like drama had a knuckle anyone disrespect you know me or anyone on our team like this and wasn't going to be you know it's it's over forgot -- it has gotten now it's over with -- But in our building especially nobody's gonna get disrespect our team. Like that he understands what this is all about it's a team trying to grow to get better to become a winning team. And dad he handled that situation with Jefferson perfectly. And he moved on from it and I have nothing but applause for a my I I'm a big fan of David Lee. Does any of this deal on the rim and and kind of came along when you don't double him I think get. Now that you don't I don't think it was better did you lose. Come on top of my -- -- and now perhaps I don't think it's personnel is that way and now he's a tunnel rim and caught again and bats wake. And at the moment of the game that may have looked -- -- waterfront was you know but but I gagged. David I was -- you don't -- for our team at that point.