Carter is complaining about physical play. And as we know, according to the league… Kobe is the ONLY player in NBA history to be suspended for an “unnatural basketball act.” I guess if you can’t beat ‘em, cry to the league like a little baby.
DenverPost: But while Bryant laughed it off in the postgame news conference — “That was completely unintentional,” he said — Carter said he will take action.
“I grabbed him, but once he hit me in my face . . . He’s been known to do stuff like that,” Carter said. “Right now, I’m telling (Nuggets video coordinator Jack Murphy) to get some copy of the film where he elbowed me in my face and hit me in my face again after the play was over.”
Bryant’s free throws gave the Lakers a 67-58 lead, which helped change momentum in their favor. They won 128-114.
“I just don’t want them to think it was something that happened,” Carter said. “It’s been happening every game we play them. I always get hit in my face with an elbow or something, and nothing has ever been done about it. So, I just got to keep trying to give the film to the league, and see what happens.”