If this isn't the straw that breaks the camel's back, what will it take?
They're now 15-18. An even less impressive number than the one ESPN Stats & Info provided us with prior to the game.
A bit of information that displayed the odds of L.A. achieving victory.
Nuggets are 4-26 in road games against the Lakers since Kobe Bryant's rookie season (1996-97)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 7, 2013
Make that 5-26.
The statistics don't stop there, as the Lakers continue to baffle the world with their ineptitude. Whether it's the coaching, chemistry or personnel, there is something wrong with this team.
Something very, very wrong.
Lakers lose again. Have dropped 4 of 5 since their 5-game win streak. Had 18 turnovers, all but 1 of which was committed by their starting 5— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 7, 2013
If you're looking for the defining moment of the game, try the fact that Lakers fans have done the expected. They've called for Mike D'Antoni's job and asked for the one man who could fix this.
You know who it is.
"We Want Phil" chant just started at Staples Center. #Lakers— Mike Bresnahan (@Mike_Bresnahan) January 7, 2013
Phil Jackson isn't here, so let's break the latest D'Antoni-led game down.