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Lakers & # 39; Rajon Rondo looks from the spectator's seat from the last-second bench of the Nuggets loss

Other than LeBron James who passed Michael Jordan on the NBA's full list Wednesday was not a good night for the Los Angeles Lakers. The team suffered a loss of 115-99, sixth in seven games and have slowly looked at their Western Conference's playoff jumps to virtually zero. The Lakers were visibly frustrated with another loss and point guard Rajon Rondo made the odd decision to spend the last minute or so of the game sitting a few feet from his bench in a spectator seat. As you can hear in the clip, the former NBA player and coach Mark Jackson were not too happy with the display and seemed to suggest that it was the Lakers coach Luke Walton's responsibility or a teammate to get Rondo back to the bench. However, it did not happen, and now we have another example of Lakers frustration with a disappointing season. Los Angeles is now six games in the loss column from the eighth and final playoffs in the West, currently occupied by Clippers. They are not mathematically eliminated yet, but it must be an incredible final 1 7-point for James to avoid missing the playoff for the first time since his second NBA season. All teams and players do some odd things when they lose, but you have to wonder if Rondo's actions will shine a smoother lighter on Walton's already lost grip on the Lakers main coaching position.

Other than LeBron James who passed Michael Jordan on the NBA’s full list Wednesday was not a good night for the Los Angeles Lakers. The team suffered a loss of 115-99, sixth in seven games and have slowly looked at their Western Conference’s playoff jumps to virtually zero.

The Lakers were visibly frustrated with another loss and point guard Rajon Rondo made the odd decision to spend the last minute or so of the game sitting a few feet from his bench in a spectator seat.

As you can hear in the clip, the former NBA player and coach Mark Jackson were not too happy with the display and seemed to suggest that it was the Lakers coach Luke Walton’s responsibility or a teammate to get Rondo back to the bench. However, it did not happen, and now we have another example of Lakers frustration with a disappointing season.

Los Angeles is now six games in the loss column from the eighth and final playoffs in the West, currently occupied by Clippers. They are not mathematically eliminated yet, but it must be an incredible final 1

7-point for James to avoid missing the playoff for the first time since his second NBA season.

All teams and players do some odd things when they lose, but you have to wonder if Rondo’s actions will shine a smoother lighter on Walton’s already lost grip on the Lakers main coaching position.

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