Lakers Nation Podcast: Loss To Memphis Grizzlies & Why It’s OK To Be Emotionally Invested Again
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The latest episode of the Lakers Nation Podcast takes a look at a heartbreaking road loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. It was the fourth game in five nights for Los Angeles and the injury bug has been relentless, but they almost pulled off a win anyway.

While it’s still early in the season, this loss could have playoff implications, as Memphis appears to be the team most likely to drop out of the top eight in the West and provide a spot for Los Angeles to fill. Of course, we discuss Lou Williams’ huge night in which he was all but unstoppable on the offensive end, but the Lakers couldn’t wrap up Troy Daniels defensively and it came back to haunt them.

In addition, we take a moment to discuss the new Lakers Nation store, which includes a variety of Lakers Nation products. My personal favorite is the awesome “I Love Basketball” shirts, which I’m hoping Santa will be kind enough to bring me. Find them here: http://bit.ly/lakersnationstore

We also take a look at the big picture and enjoy what has been a successful season thus far, and discuss why it’s finally ok to be emotionally invested in the Los Angeles basketball once again. All that and more in this episode of the LN Podcast:

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