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5 Important Reasons Why The Los Angeles Lakers’ Season Went Wrong

The pain is finally over for Lakers fans around the world. In what might be described as one of the worst seasons in franchise history, the Los Angeles Lakers are officially out of playoff contention after failing to qualify for the play-in tournament. Despite having 3 superstars (more or less) in their primes in LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and Russell Westbrook, the Lakers’ players will be watching the postseason from their homes.

Their record, as currently stands, is putrid at 31-48. With the 11th seed in the West, nobody could have predicted such poor play at the start of the year. There is absolutely no way the New Orleans Pelicans without Zion Williamson, the Los Angeles Clippers without Kawi Leonard and Paul George, and a San Antonio Spurs side devoid of real talent should be ahead of the Lakers in the standings.

But that fact is true this season, meaning the Lakers are one of the worst teams in the NBA. So what went wrong for the Purple and Gold? How did a roster filled with superstar names fail to deliver consistently against good teams and even bad teams? Here is what went wrong for the Los Angeles Lakers this season.

5. Frank Vogel Does Not Deserve His Job

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