LeBron James of the Lakers complains at the end of his post-game press conference that he wasn't questioned about Jerry Jones.

LeBron James of the Lakers concludes his post-game news conference by complaining that he wasn't asked any questions regarding Jerry Jones, owner of the Cowboys.

James questioned why he wasn't asked about a recent image that showed 14-year-old Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones above a group of white students trying to dodge six African-American students who North Little attended Rock High School in 1957.

"I don't condone any hate of any kind. To any race. To Jewish communities, to Black communities, to Asian communities. You guys know where I stand," James said at the time. "

"I believe what Kyrie did cause some harm to a lot of people. And he has since, over the last -- I think it was today or yesterday -- he apologized. But he caused some harm, and I think it's unfortunate."

On the other hand, Jones claimed last week that he was just a curious bystander

 and had no intention of discriminating against the Black students when he was questioned about the 65-year-old photos.