Snoop Dogg and More Lakers Fans Are Baffled By Danny Green's Missed Shot That Cost Game 5 Victory
Snoop Dogg is one of several Lakers fans brimming with disappointment over the Lakers NBA Finals Game 5 loss to Miami Heat, which ended up at 111-108.
Snoop's point of contention is directed at Danny Green for his performance in the final seconds of the game. After two successful free throws from Jimmy Butler, who led the scoreboard for the heat, LeBron James won the ball by just 16 seconds on the field.
His opponents almost stole it when he got towards the basket, but as they got inside, LeBron threw a pass to Danny Green at the top of the three-dot line. Unfortunately for the Showtime squad, Green missed the three-hand when the clock was on the wire and what would have been a championship shot quickly turned into Markieff Morris sales.
Snoop was frustrated with the rest of NBA Instagram and Twitter and turned his anger on Green for the miss. The Long Beacher by birth posted a photo of Green with the back of his jersey that read, "How many more threes will I miss?" He labeled the photo: "Now get your ass at the gym when you go to sleep, get ready, stupid, we're a game away with T.F. you do."
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