Lakers News: Home Fans Advocated Major Change To Jeanie Buss During Kings Loss


At the end of the day on Wednesday, Los Angeles let a significant advantage slip away to Sacramento.  

When the Los Angeles Lakers were defeated by the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday evening, they missed out on a golden opportunity that could have been theirs.   

In the beginning of the game, Los Angeles had a large lead over the Kings by 19 points, but it quickly evaporated into thin air shortly after.  

With the Kings sitting just above them in the standings for the Western Conference, the Lakers' chances of passing them were diminished as a result of their loss in this game.   

Despite the fact that it was a game that the squad desperately needed to win, they were unable to do it because of their inconsistency.  

Los Angeles fans expressed their opinions against head coach Darvin Ham as the game was taking place at Arena.   

Owner Jeanie Buss was present during the game. The message was made abundantly apparent to her by the chanting of "Fire Ham" directed towards her.

This season, Ham has been criticised for his choices as a leader and for not making changes during games. The Lakers have been very good some nights and very bad other nights, which is upsetting.  

It's making everyone in the organisation angry, and the fans have had enough. Even though Ham definitely won't be fired during the season, he'll probably be fired if the team doesn't make it far in the playoffs.  

Despite the fact that the fans are dissatisfied with the current state of the club, Buss is aware that she must do all it takes to field a team that successfully competes.   

Considering that both LeBron James and Anthony Davis are still performing at a high level, the Los Angeles Lakers are a contender for the championship. 

Letting Ham go will not be a simple choice, but it is possible that it will be the perfect choice. Depending on how the squad does in the remaining stages of the competition, everything is still up in the air.  

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