The Los Angeles Lakers fell to the Phoenix Suns in game five on the road. After the 115 to 85 thrashing of the Los Angeles, Lakers Superfan Snoop Dogg took to Instagram with a message that read, “Never thought I’d say it, but we sorry and the Clippers better than us. Frank Vogel can’t coach, and why the f*ck Montrezl Harrell ain’t getting no run. F*ck this is heartbreaking AD. Hurt more than Mary J. Blige. Records. We soft.”
Of course, that caught the attention of Clippers Superfan, Clipper Darrell. Who posted a video stating that Snoop Dogg has thrown in the white towel and have wished the Clippers all the best.
Last years, Finals MVP LeBron James had 24 points, five rebounds, and seven assists in 32 minutes. Kyle Kuzma chipped in 15 points, but they didn’t receive much else outside of Talen Horton-Tucker with 11 points off the bench.
After the game James shared with the media that the Suns kicked their ass.
“We got our ass kicked. It’s that simple,” James said. “We have to be better if we want to force a Game 7. They pretty much just kicked our ass. There’s nothing else to say.”
Former Los Angeles Laker Shaquille O’Neal said everything that ever Lakers fan was thinking throughout the whole game.
“As a former Laker I have G14 classification to say what I am about to say. They played soft with no heart, play with no pride, and they played with no sense of urgency, ” said O’Neal.
“LeBron had 24 points, one starter had seven, one had four, and you had two starters have zero. When one guy goes down the next man has to step up. Every team has that guy Draymond that says I wish I had more shots, I wish I had more opportunities, you gotta step up. Not only that, they are giving that money away now. This is your chance to make a name for yourself.
Anthony Davis missed the game with a left groin strain. Lakers hopeful are praying that Davis will be able for game six, but according to former Lakers trainer Marco Nunez, Davis could be out for at least two months. The Lakers and Suns resume the series in Los Angeles on Thursday at 10:30 pm EST.