“There’s no worse feeling than losing”- Lonnie Walker IV opens up after another loss for the Los Angeles Lakers



The Los Angeles Lakers are now 2-10 after they lost to the Sacramento Kings with LeBron James sitting out due to injury.

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"There's no worse feeling than losing"- Lonnie Walker IV opens up after another loss for the Los Angeles Lakers 2

The Los Angeles Lakers suffered another devastating loss and they are now 2-10 after the loss to the Sacramento Kings. LeBron James didn’t play in this game as he is still recovering from a groin injury that he suffered against the Los Angeles Clippers.

De’Aaron Fox lit up the Lakers as he scored 32 points and completely blew them off in the second half. The Lakers failed to maintain their lead and the Kings took up the advantage and won the game despite the heroics of Anthony Davis and Austin Reaves. Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonnie Walker IV was quite upset after the loss.

After the loss to the Kings, Lonnie Walker IV said, “There’s no worse feeling than losing, especially when you put a lot of work and effort into the game… We just got to continue to stay the right course, understand this is a long season and just keep fighting. Keep going.”

Against the Kings, Lonnie Walker scored 19 points and he has been one of the brightest spots for the Lakers this season and hopefully, he will continue to play better. The Los Angeles Lakers will now face the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday night and LeBron James will be expected to miss that game as well.

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