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Robert Horry addresses Lakers loss to the Celtics

Los Angeles Lakers' Robert Horry turns back to his team's bench after hitting his game-winning three-point shot at the buzzer against the Sacramento Kings during Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference finals in Los Angeles, May 26, 2002. The Lakers won 100-99 to even the best-of-seven series at two games apiece. Lakers' Shaquille O'Neal and Kings' Mike Bibby are in the background. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Robert Horry tried to explain why the Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Boston Celtics at home (121-113).

Horry, an NBA and Lakers legend, said the defending champions lost the game, because they couldn’t stop Jaylen Brown.

“They just couldn’t stop Jaylen Brown…he did what he wanted to do offensively,” Horry said during his appearance on Spectrum Sportsnet.

Brown had 40 points (17/20 shooting) and nine rebounds, helping the Celtics (30-26) extend their winning streak to five games.

On the other hand, the Lakers remained fifth in the West, but dropped to 34-22.

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