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D'Angelo Russell got an impressive block that prompted the Lakers to an epic comeback

The Lakers fell to the Phoenix Suns, the West 9th Seed, and things are getting ugly

By James Brown

Lakers vs. the Suns
Lakers vs. the Suns
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Things got ugly for the Lakers after losing to the Phoenix Suns, a team that is currently in the 9th seed in the Western Conference in a game that the purple and gold attempted to make a comeback on many occasions but at the end of the day they weren't able to do it.

After the All-Star break, the Lakers are 1-2, and isn't looking good for LA, as they continue to be shorthanded and things aren't promising for the 23 games left in the campaign. D'Angelo Russell had an impressive block against the Suns superstar Devin Booker. Still, wasn't enough to get the win.

The Lakers did it again, made a comeback from a 20-point trail only to lose again, and things now aren't looking good in a season in which coach Ham is wasting the best performances of LeBron James and Anthony Davis since the 2020 campaign.

For the first time in the campaign, the Lakers lose with the new starting lineup as they have been shorthanded with only 9 players available and 2 two-way players.

The Lakers and the Suns are tied in the season with two wins and 2 losses each

The LA Lakers have lost again vs. the Suns and are now 2-2 this season between the two teams. The Lakers faced their strongest rival with the new starting lineup and failed the test. The absence of Jarred Vanderbilt, Christian Wood, Cam Reddish, and Gabe Vincent was felt as the team needed all the defensive players possible.

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