There’s No Way Out for the Lakers

The clock is running out this season for LeBron James and Los Angeles, but what about next year?

LeBron James faced reporters Tuesday, a microphone in his hand, another loss on his résumé

a list of reasons to remain optimistic about the Lakers’ season on his brain.

Tuesday’s defeat to the Mavericks wasn’t L.A.’s worst loss of the season

 it was a loss, one that pushed the Lakers closer to mid-April exit.

“Until you stomp me out, cut my head off, bury me 12 feet under, then I’ve got a chance,” James said. “That’s my confidence.”

Officially L.A. has 21 games left, but let’s face it: It’s a wrap. 

The loss to Dallas dropped the Lakers to 27–34 on the season. 

They have lost 15 of their last 21 games.

They finished a four-game home stand at 1–3. Anthony Davis, out with a foot injury,

the Lakers weren’t particularly good when he played. 

The most fight they showed in a 28-point loss to the Pelicans on Sunday was with the home fans.

"It hurts,” said Lakers coach Frank Vogel. “When you fall short it hurts.

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