Goodbye big Three!Goodbye top six!The lakers’ troubles begin. Russ better go

2022-04-30 0 By

The NBA regular season continues as the Lakers’ big three host the eastern conference rival Bucks.Instead of playing as a team, the lakers looked like they couldn’t help themselves, losing 116-131 to the Bucks.The lakers fell to 26-29, ninth in the standings.On the court, the lakers were not on the same level as the Bucks, dominating both ends of the court and failing to lock down Giannis Antetokounmpo, who dominated the paint with 44 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists.At the end of the day, the Lakers simply don’t have the defensive resources to compete.”At the end of the day, you’ve got to go out there and do your job.No matter what squad is on the pitch, you still have to go out and do your job, you still have to solve problems.But we’re all working on it, including the coaching staff.”According to James, there are many problems within the Lakers, although the lineup is one thing, but the big three is not compatible is the biggest difficulty.One of the lakers’ big three, Westbrook, was ditched again, with the coaching staff increasingly distrusting him.The lakers’ Westbrook played just 26 minutes, shooting 3-for-11 and 0-for-1 from 3-point range for 10 points, 10 rebounds and five assists.Over the past four games, Westbrook has averaged just 10.3 points on 27.5 percent shooting, 15.4 percent from 3-point range and 55 percent from the foul line.Westbrook’s offensive efficiency has been pitiful, his team’s status has become increasingly awkward, and he has lost his early-season patience.On the other hand, it was funny how Westbrook consoled James and Davis when the Lakers pulled their first team in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter.Time is running out for the Big Three, and Westbrook really doesn’t fit in with James and Davis.Goodbye!!!!The big three!It’s time for the Lakers to make a decision that it’s in no one’s interest to move westbrook before the trade deadline.Plus, the lakers’ woes are just beginning, with a top-six finish out of the picture and a playoff appearance seemingly inevitable.With three games against the Warriors, two against the SUNS, two against the Jazz, two against the Nuggets and two against the Mavericks, the lakers can’t afford it.