LeBron shouldn't go without some blame, though, as he went 4-of-15 from the field in the fourth quarter and got blocked by Mario Hezonja to end the game.
"This type of behavior ... when you're the face of the National Basketball Association, you should be more a part of your team, folks", Frazier said on the MSG telecast.
After trailing by 11 with 3:44 remaining in the fourth, the Knicks closed on a 13-1 run, with the Lakers going 0-for-6 from the floor - James accounted for four of those - and coughing up two turnovers to seal the defeat. In the locker room you're not, but you have to exude that type of togetherness in public.
When approached by TMZ, Cube was asked about comments made by Frazier, who says James doesn't care.
"He just missed shots", Hezonja said. I was just trying to play as hard as I can and try to stop him'. If you are saying you are the reason he's missing shots, you are an idiot.
"It bothers me that I didn't even get a shot at the hoop", James added. "I mean, we've got a couple more wins than them but both teams are on the outside looking in".More news: New Zealand gov't support strict gun law
The small forward has come under fire this year because the Lakers have missed out on the playoff places as they sit 11th in the Western Conference.
In a game recently against the New Orleans Pelicans, James was seen looking in the opposite direction of the huddle during a timeout, turning his back on head coach Luke Walton and his teammates.
Emmaneul Mudiay led the Knicks with 28 points and eight assists while DeAndre Jordan had 15 points and 17 rebounds. 'We didn't do a good enough job of closing out the game.
Kyle Kuzma had 18 points and Reggie Bullock added 14 for the Lakers, who have lost eight of nine and were swept in the season series by NY.