The bad from the Los Angeles Lakers’ loss:
The Los Angeles Lakers starting lineup and their production!
Lake Show Life has stopped counting the reasons for Frank Vogel to be fired because of his awful rotations and the fact that he is the only human being on planet Earth that believes DeAndre Jordan should sniff the starting lineup much less be in it.
- Jordan missed layups…
- Jordan missed free throws…
- Jordan missed defensive rotation assignments…
- His rim protection was nonexistent…
- Basically, Jordan missed everything but the team bus to the arena and if he did that wouldn’t be a surprise!
Earlier in the article, it was mentioned that the bench was one of the only bright spots in the game led by Carmelo Anthony. The starters led by DeAndre Jordan’s ineffectiveness shot a combined one for twelve from the field and fell behind 16-3.
Then after the bench came in and cut the lead to two points, Vogel puts Jordan back into the game and Charlotte ballooned the team back to 16 at halftime.
Stanley Johnson is losing his confidence!
The staff of Lake Show Life would like to congratulate Stanley Johnson on his two-year contract. That being said, it should be pointed out that there is a TEAM option for the second year.
Have you noticed Johnson’s production has tailed off since the Utah game? He hesitates on his shots and gets into foul trouble in almost every game as of late.
2-7 for 4 points in 28 minutes is not going to cut it. Sure there were other Lakers who played worse, but there’s no set rotation for those guys. Vogel is going to force-feed Stanley Johnson whether he plays well or not.
The Los Angeles Lakers got cooked by Ish Smith!!!
Ish Smith was the difference in the game scoring 22 points on 10-12 shooting! He hit his first seven shots and none of the guards for the Lakers could stop him. Again, the Lakers allow a player no one has heard of outside of friends and family to give them the business.