What happened to the Lakers?
What’s happened to a team that’s been a fixture on the NBA’s radar for years?
After all, the Lakers have won the past 10 regular-season NBA championships, and just two more than the current Lakers team, the New York Knicks.
And the team’s front office has been an active part of the NBA for years, and for good reason.
It has had a successful front office and has been a big part of building a dynasty.
But the Lakers haven’t had a great basketball team since they were swept by the Knicks in the 2006 playoffs.
The team has been through a number of coaching changes, including the firing of Phil Jackson in 2016.
It also lost its first two regular-year NBA championships to the Portland Trail Blazers and San Antonio Spurs, two teams that are no longer on the schedule.
But there’s one thing the Lakers can point to: The franchise is still around.
The Lakers are a perennial contender in the NBA, but in 2017-18, the team made the playoffs for the first time since 2003.
They are also a franchise that is very popular in Los Angeles.
And for the fourth consecutive year, the franchise was voted as the top team in the league by the fans.
However, the fans are tired of being treated like a third-party in their beloved Lakers franchise.
And they are starting to express their displeasure by not supporting the team in any way.
They have even started to boycott the team.
And if you think that’s crazy, you haven’t been paying attention.
The boycott started last week, when the Lakers made headlines when they did not play a home game during the team boycott.
And in the process, they also broke a promise made by the team and fans to host a home games during the NBA lockout.
Fans began to protest the team after the Lakers were forced to play two home games against the Sacramento Kings and New Orleans Pelicans last week.
But fans were also angry about how the team was treated during the boycott.
They were disappointed that the team didn’t get the fans to come out and support them.
The NBA had already announced that it was suspending the games the Lakers played on the final day of the 2017-2018 season.
And after the boycott, many fans said they were upset that the Lakers did not get the support of their own team.
But it didn’t end there.
After the boycott was over, fans took to social media to express anger at the boycott and the Lakers’ poor performance.
Many fans said that the boycott had only hurt the team financially, as they were left with nothing to wear and no merchandise to sell.
One fan, who goes by @sjkubrick, tweeted a photo of his jersey with the Lakers logo on it, which he said was one of the shirts he got during the lockout.
He said that he felt the team should have taken more time to develop the jerseys.
Another fan tweeted that the boycotts only made fans look bad.
“It made me feel bad for the Lakers,” he wrote.
“The boycott hurt me as a fan.”
But the boycott didn’t stop there.
Many people have also been upset that they weren’t able to attend a Lakers game during this lockout.
The owners of the Lakers also refused to let fans attend their games, and even blocked fans from signing autographs.
The boycotts also made it difficult for the players to work out.
“Players had to get in shape,” one fan said.
“And the players got tired of walking around with their jerseys on.
And that was the worst thing.
The jerseys didn’t work.”
And as the boycott continued, the players continued to get hurt.
One player, known as “Big Daddy,” tweeted that he couldn’t play at all due to the boycott because he couldn`t work out with the team anymore.
Another player, named “Big Mike,” said he had to stop working out because he was no longer able to.
“I was just too tired,” he said.
Some players also lost confidence in their teammates.
“Some of the players were really hurt,” a source told The Associated Press.
“There’s a lot of anger from the players, a lot.
They didn’t think that they could win.”
One player said that players were upset because they didn’t have enough energy to play the games they wanted to.
Another said that there was a general lack of communication from the front office.
The players have also received backlash from fans for their actions.
“We can’t stand for that.
We’re going to boycott,” a fan tweeted.
“This is the Lakers.
You don’t have to wear jerseys.”
And fans even went as far as to call for a boycott of the team itself.
“What if you didn’t want to watch the Lakers in 2017?
Why would you buy a jersey?” a fan asked.
“You’re just taking away from the fans.”
One fan even went so far as calling out the team for not supporting itself financially.
“If they’re not willing to put their money on a team