Lakers executives complain of Pelican traps or six consecutive years of unplanned post-season stress

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 Lakers executives complain of Pelican traps or six consecutive years of unplanned post-season stress


After all, the Lakers missed the playoffs only five times between 1948 and 2013, and the downturn is too long.

Jenny Buss, the teams owner, was unhappy. In an interview before, she said that the rumors of the trade were false news, which greatly hurt her young players. At the same time, she said, I believe we can get back on track and have a chance to play in the playoffs.

After that, the Lakers lost to the penultimate Suns. The Lakers are the penultimate losers and free Throwers in the league, which is obviously not the false news pot.

However, according to people familiar with the situation, the source of Jennys discontent is not in the media. Lakers executives have always believed that teams like the Pelicans are always trying to sabotage the Lakersbusiness plans, but they cant prove anything except complaints. I hope that the media will have more sense of responsibility, and less help may be better. She said. But senior journalist Sam Amik believes that if the Lakers can properly deal with internal problems after the trading deadline, they will not go to where they are today. Without the playoffs, the Lakers may pay a heavy price: young players still have no winning experience, LeBron will face a lot of criticism, and Walton is likely to leave class. With huge financial losses, the right to broadcast the first round of the playoffs can be sold to local broadcasters, which is a great opportunity in Los Angeles, but the Lakers may miss such a chance to make money. Source: Netease Sports Author: Kewell Responsible Editor: Yang Jiankun_NS4215

However, according to people familiar with the situation, the source of Jennys discontent is not in the media. Lakers executives have always believed that teams like the Pelicans are always trying to sabotage the Lakersbusiness plans, but they cant prove anything except complaints.

I hope that the media will have more sense of responsibility, and less help may be better. She said.

But senior journalist Sam Amik believes that if the Lakers can properly deal with internal problems after the trading deadline, they will not go to where they are today.

Without the playoffs, the Lakers may pay a heavy price: young players still have no winning experience, LeBron will face a lot of criticism, and Walton is likely to leave class.

With huge financial losses, the right to broadcast the first round of the playoffs can be sold to local broadcasters, which is a great opportunity in Los Angeles, but the Lakers may miss such a chance to make money.