The story from the Los Angeles Lakers’ loss:
LeBron James needs to start his social media strategy to get Frank Vogel fired!
Lake Show Life has been begging for Vogel’s dismissal since the second game of the season. It has been reported that Ms. Jeanie Buss will not evaluate him until the team is fully healthy (Whenever that will be with all of the COVID-19 issues and the severity of AD’s knee problems!), but this team has played over half the season now and his rotation patterns and in-game adjustments are getting worse. Look, this is the Sacramento Kings and the Lakers struggled MIGHTILY against this team. It’s no longer the roster…it’s the coach.
This is a defensive coach right? The Lakers gave up 70 points in the paint.
If you are a Russell Westbrook (Aka analytics/box score watcher!), you can stop reading now!
2-14 shooting…a bad stretch to end the third quarter to let Sacramento get their lead back up to double figures…0-5 from 3 point land. If anyone remember the man even scoring in the second half, please explain when it happened in the comment section below because this writer can’t remember.
Oh but he had 12 rebounds, 6 assists and only one turnover!
But if you are a Los Angeles Lakers fan that is tired of games that Russ is having seemingly on a nightly basis, take time to read Lake Show Life’s guide to Russell Westbrook therapy.
Lake Show Life is warning the Lakers fan of a Russell Westbrook meltdown. Why? Because even commenters like these can’t be found anymore in our comment section.
"…such a joke, especially in the article about Westbrook’s “attitude”. You’re reaching so hard to fit your lil narrative. Just cause you “cover” games don’t mean you know ball. Leave the journalism to professionals, Ronald."
There’s the film at the top of this article showing Russ after the Sacramento loss Sunday. How do you think he’s going to react to this game? One thing that film and Lake Show Life don’t do is…