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Los Angeles Lakers fail to have a ticket to NBA Playoffs

 

Los Angeles Lakers fail to have a ticket to NBA Playoffs

The well-known team Los Angeles Lakers failed to have a seat in the NBA playoffs. The Phoenix Suns sent the NBA’s insolvent giants spinning for their sixth straight loss.

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The Lakers’ feeble chances of making the playoffs were snuffed out. The Western Conference leaders cranked on the style to clinch a comfortable 121-110 win in Phoenix. This is despite the absence of an ailing LeBron James.

The Los Angeles got defeated and San Antonio has a 116-97 win over the Denver Nuggets earlier. This means the Lakers will not be in the postseason for the first time since 2019.

According to Frank Vogel, “We’re extremely disappointed, Disappointed for our fanbase, disappointed for the (ownership), that gave us this opportunity. “We wanted to play our part in bringing success to Laker basketball and we fell short. It’s not been due to a lack of effort. We have all put in the work. 

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“Guys stayed fighting right to the end. We brought integrity to the process we just fell short through a disjointed season. We’re all disappointed.”

The Lakers’ terrible season comes to an end with their loss on Tuesday. Last year’s plan to rebuild their roster with a blockbuster trade for Russell Westbrook was a colossal failure, exacerbated by Anthony Davis’ long-term injury, which held him out for nearly half of the season.

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The NBA’s most glamorous team has been cloaked in gloom in recent weeks, as costly losses have piled up, leaving the 17-time champions requiring a remarkable series of events to make the play-in round.

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If LeBron James was able to play in this series, helped his teammates, and do triple-doubles or something, do you think the outcome will change?

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