Lakers Nation Podcast: Lou Williams and Larry Nance Jr. Excel In Loss To Suns
Lakers News: Larry Nance Jr. (knee) Questionable Against Pistons
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In this episode of the Lakers Nation Podcast we break down the Lakers’ 119-115 loss to the Phoenix Suns, which marks their fifth defeat in a row. We dive into where things went wrong for the Lakers, including a discussion of their defensive struggles to contain quick guards like Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight.

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It’s not all negative, though. Despite the loss, Larry Nance Jr. and Lou Williams turned in absolutely stellar performances, playing some of their best basketball of the year. We take a look at why Nance is so underrated, as well as how unprecedented Williams’ scoring spree has been. To wrap things up, we discuss some big D’Angelo Russell and Nick Young news about their pending returns from injury. All that and more in the latest edition of the LN Podcast:

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