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Nick Young Applauds Clippers, Questions Their Playoff Performance Reviewed by Momizat on . The Lakers were blown out on Friday night against the Clippers at Staples Center. It was one of the worst losses in franchise history, and the worst beating sin The Lakers were blown out on Friday night against the Clippers at Staples Center. It was one of the worst losses in franchise history, and the worst beating sin Rating: 0
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Nick Young Applauds Clippers, Questions Their Playoff Performance

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Nick YoungThe Lakers were blown out on Friday night against the Clippers at Staples Center. It was one of the worst losses in franchise history, and the worst beating since 2007 for the Lakers. To make things worse, the team has now lost 10 of their last 11 games, with a victory over cellar-dwelling Utah as the only bright spot.

Following the game, Nick Young, who had a poor performance against the Clippers, talked about LA’s other team’s success in the regular season, but apparently wants to see how the team will do in the postseason.

According to Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles, Young asked to see some postseason success from the Clips this summer.

“They always play good during the year. Let’s see how it comes down in the postseason.”

I’m sure this was more out of frustration than anything else, but it’s not like Young is a notoriously successful playoff performer. Regardless, the frustration of all this losing is beginning to pile up as the players admit embarrassment with recent losses.

Young and the Lakers will get three days off before getting back on the court Tuesday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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  • vulkanthekrusader

    My nigga

    • papi

      Why you use the word N come on bro watch you mouth?

      • keys

        i apologize on behalf of my nigga vulkan…

  • Lakers All Day Yay Yay

    Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah that’s all i ever here from Clippers fans.Lets Go Lakers!

  • Nick the Quick

    I thought no one would replace MWP’s laker swagger, but SwaggyP definitely is stepping in! Hope he’s a laker4life!

  • hrrr

    Lakers….!!! I remember once we didn`t give a f**k about another team, but now we congratulate them after they blown out us. Just sick…. Jim Buss nice one. ;)

  • Stamos

    Talking trash after getting the worst beating in 6 years….. so glad this idiot will be gone next year,.

  • Al Haldie

    Instead of all your talk how about – a little passing the ball – and thinking you are KOBE – that you are not -play D-FENCE – and stop all the T/O . THAT MIGHT DO SOME GOOD INSTEAD OF ALL THAT TALK ..

    • Dragon7s

      You can suggest that he pass more but he was able to create clean looks.
      They just weren’t dropping for him.

      I watched the whole game and didn’t see him one time try to shoot out of a double team.
      With a defender on him, he was able to create space and take good shots.

      Not sure which game you watched.

      • Al Haldie

        The one with many shots and onbly 3 makes aNd more theN …. his shares of T/O and those good shots ur talking about he missed— like i said he is not KOBE – THATS THE GAME I WATCHED – U MUST BE ON LOCAL CABLE…

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