Ayton, Suns send Lakers to 4th loss in 5 games

Ayton, Suns send Lakers to 4th loss in 5 games

Ayton, Suns send Lakers to 4th loss in 5 games

LeBron James in now in danger of missing the National Basketball Association playoffs after his Los Angeles Lakers lost 118-109 to the Phoenix Suns.

But after a 118-109 loss to the lowly Phoenix Suns on Saturday night, the view in Vegas is worse than ever. He put up big numbers on Saturday night to do his part, finishing with 27 points, nine rebounds and 16 assists. That's nothing short of embarrassing and shows how careless LeBron has been.

"A few of us had it at times but it wasn't always a five-man collective group, at least until those last five minutes".

Do you want to see Los Angeles select in the mid-teens in this upcoming draft and not have the opportunity to draft number one overall or transfer the right to pick Zion Williamson to another franchise other than Phoenix? Despite making a comeback in the fourth quarter, this is a disgusting loss for the team, as we're finally beginning to see this team crumble straight in front of our eyes. "We need to be a lot better".

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The Lakers fell to 30-33 and are now 4.5 games out of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. "It is just unfortunate with the opportunities we've had that we haven't been able to seize the opportunity".

Kyle Kuzma said that he didn't know what exactly was wrong with the team. James was tasked with inbounding the ball in the third quarter, and he lazily threw the ball off the backboard, leading to a turnover.

"I'm selling my f-ing booth right now", he said.

Snoop Dogg is finding it hard to support the Los Angeles Lakers right now and said in an explicit, viral rant that he'd sell his booth at the Staples Center because the team is full of "sorry motherf-ers". "I'm not happy with this roster" okey-doke routine and tries to overhaul, the roster, blowing up the justification of every criticized signing in the offseason. Whether or not Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma turn into the supporting players he needs, more talent is likely coming to Los Angeles this offseason and some people (likely head coach Luke Walton) will nearly certainly be on their way out. I got a booth for the next two, three years.

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