Lakers Fans to protest against Governor Jeanie Buss, General Manager Rob Pelinka outside arena

The Los Angeles Lakers have struggled to a 2-8 record in their first 10 games of the season. Lakers’ executive staff has failed to protect its stars from injury by surrounding them with quality players, therefore the team is a long shot to reach the playoffs this year.

Outside of Arena, The Los Angeles Lakers supporters are planning a rally in protest of the team’s management administration.

The Lakers gave up everything to get Russell Westbrook, despite the fact that everyone could see his poor chemistry with LeBron James developing from a mile away.

Fans have announced a protest against Lakers governor Jeanie Buss and general manager Rob Pelinka for this coming Friday, November 11th, due to the team’s continued roster woes after the transaction and the team’s lack of effort to remedy the situation.

Supporters of this club are obviously not thrilled with the decisions made by the front staff. With Pelinka’s track record of rebuilding a championship-winning squad into one that is progressively weaker each year, keeping him on as general manager seems illogical. How effective this protest turns out to remain to be seen.

The Lakers don’t seem to have any clear opportunities for improvement. The Lakers are still not a playoff contender despite the fact that Russell Westbrook has improved in his new position as the team’s sixth man. Just having a terrible roster and being unwilling to deal away any draft selections means that there are no options.

Supporters are making every possible effort to bring their team’s legacy back to the big event.


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