“I’m sorry and I promise we’ll be better!”

LeBron James and LA Lakers still picking up pieces of their total annihilation at the hands of Denver Nuggets. The 37-point beat was so thorough that the Lakers were dumped on social media by raving fans who were fed up with their performance. Fans are demanding accountability and urgent changes to turn their team’s season around.

In the face of harsh criticism, LeBron James posted a forum to apologize to millions of LA Lakers followers. The sincere apology comes with another vow to do more than they did to let their fans down.

Here’s James’ heartfelt message to his critical followers:

“#LakerNation I’m sorry and I promise we’ll be better!”

#LakerNation I’m sorry and I promise we’ll be better! 👑💜💛

Credit must be given to LeBron James for acknowledging their shortcomings. Few superstars of his size and stature are even interested in appeasing their fanbase. However, an apology is only the first step. The follow-up must be fulfilled or the promise is empty. How they will get better is something the Laker Nation will obviously want to know.

LeBron James, who has been playing at the MVP level since December, also struggled against Denver. He shot 9-23 from the field and 2-8 from outside the arc to finish with 25 points in 31 minutes. The 17x All-Star also added 9 rebounds and 2 assists. Denver’s shrewd defense got him knocked out a few times. The Nuggets eventually won 133-96.

While the Laker Nation could accept such a huge loss, it was their almost non-existent effort that made waves with their adoring fan base. They were tight-lipped, allowing too many transitions and being careless with the ball. The LA Lakers’ lack of effort was criticized by many, including the Lakers legend Magic Johnson, who tweeted his displeasure in front of their spineless display.

After being blown away by Nuggets 133-96, we @Lakers fans can accept being outplayed but we deserved more for the lack of effort and no sense of urgency. Owner @JeanieBuss, you deserve better.

How do LeBron James and the LA Lakers get better?

LA Lakers & # 039; The lack of heart was all too evident in the loss to the Denver Nuggets. [Photo:]
The LA Lakers’ lack of fairness was evident in their loss to the Denver Nuggets. [Photo:]

There are many pressing concerns the LA Lakers have to fix, but heart and effort must be above all. Defeat against the dominating MVP Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets are the perfect example of the Lakers’ lack of effort at both ends of the floor.

In many cases, LeBron James and his teammates didn’t need to sprint to play defensively, leading to a 23-point breakout in Denver that created momentum and rhythm for the Nuggets. The Lakers can’t even use imprecise excuses in this fatigue as the Nuggets have played without two of their best players.

The Lakers haven’t won a game against a .500 or more team in a month. They beat the Mavs on December 15 and have been 0-6 ever since. 🤯

It looks like the LA Lakers, this season, are going to die when punched in the face. Showing heart, effort, and a greater sense of urgency are good places to start if they want to get better. “I’m sorry and I promise we’ll be better!”


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