Lakers Nation Podcast: Positives From Loss To Golden State Warriors
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The Lakers Nation Podcast is back to break down the Lakers 109-85 loss to the Golden State Warriors. Los Angeles was attempting to compete without three starters in Nick Young, D’Angelo Russell, and Julius Randle. While they gave it their best shot, a win just wasn’t in the cards against a stacked Golden State squad.

Still, there were some definite positives to take away from the performance. Brandon Ingram had arguably his best game as a Laker, and certainly his most aggressive. Thomas Robinson came off the bench and put in a hard night’s work on the boards, while Jordan Clarkson flashed an improving defensive game with his five steals.

We also take a look at the current state of the Lakers’ small forward position and dig into whether or not Ingram’s move to the starting lineup should be permanent. All that and more on this episode of the LN Podcast:

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