La loss by 37 points harvested by Los Angeles Lakers in front of the Denver Nuggets (the worst that Angelenos have suffered in the last three seasons) has been a turning point in the Irregular season for the Californian team (21-22). A course that seemed much less tortuous than it is turning out to be and that has caused the first criticism from fans and yellow legends such as Magic Johnson.
The noise generated around the team has meant that their best player has to come to the fore to face the fans. At 37 years old LeBron James is multiplying on the court to try to alleviate the defects of his teammates, but at the moment it is not enough. And for this reason the forward has decided to sing the mea culpa.
‘King’ James decided to post on social media to apologize to Lakers fans. “I apologize and I promise that we will improve”. A short but direct message with which the Akron forward wants to hit the table and try to change the dynamics of a team that has three consecutive losses.
Westbrook believes that everyone has an opinion.
While LeBron has taken a step forward trying to find solutions to the Lakers’ problems, his partner Russell Westbrook, the object of most of the criticism, has decided to fan the fire of controversy by answering the words of Magic Johnson after the loss to the Colorado team.
“Lakers fans can accept being outdone, but we deserve more than a lack of effort and no sense of urgency”, I wrote the myth of the Lakers, who has had a response from Westbrook who ensures that the former point guard does not know what is happening within the team.
Magic may have his opinion, but he’s not here with us every day, he’s not aware of what’s going on within the team.
“Every person has the right to give their opinion, regardless of what it is. You can listen to the opinion and do something about it, or take it and let it go in one ear and out the other. You can also not answer. Magic may have his opinion, but he is not here every day with us, he is not aware of what is happening internally while we try to find a way to be better, “replied Westbrook, who continues to be the great pointer in this whole process. of the Lakers.