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Dennis Schröder apologizes to the Lakers teammates after being kicked out: “That was unnecessary”

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Dennis Schröder apologized for being kicked out of the game against the Nets, the German had a clash with Kyrie Irving and had to leave the game prematurely, just like the Nets star (here is the scene in the video). Nevertheless, the Lakers won with a clear 126: 101 and, according to Schröder, celebrated the “best win of the year”.

“I think that was unnecessary,” admitted Schröder after the game. “It’s just unfortunate that I left my team alone. I don’t even know what I did. But I was kicked out and I apologized to my team-mate for that.”

After a few minutes in the third quarter, the German international and Kyrie Irving clashed verbally after the referees had called a foul by Kyrie against Schröder. Ref Zach Zarba wanted to end the verbal skirmish and handed out double technicals. However, the two guards continued their argument, finally Kyrie received his second technical foul and shortly afterwards Schröder. Both had to go to the cabin early.

“After the first two technical fouls were pronounced, both players were warned to continue,” explained Zarba. “When Irving didn’t stop yelling at Schröder, he got his second technical and was kicked out. Then Schröder waved goodbye and that’s why he got his second technical.”

Irving did not want to comment on the incidents after the game, Schröder was pleased after apologizing to his teammates about the Lakers’ clear success in the end. It was the “best win of the year”, said the 27-year-old.

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