Lakers’ Darvin Ham Sends Fiery Message To Doubting Fans

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After competing for almost the whole NBA season, the Los Angeles Lakers are the 10th seed, a position that has understandably led to growing fan unrest.

Despite the frustrations after a recent loss to the Golden State Warriors, Lakers coach Darvin Ham offered a resilience perspective, reminding everyone of the season’s longevity.

“It’s not the end of the world if we lose a game because this is a marathon,” Ham said. “I’m tired of people living and dying with every single game we play,” he said. “It’s ludicrous. Actually. Like, come on, man. It’s a marathon.”

With only two games remaining in the regular season, the Lakers are approaching the critical phase of their ‘marathon.’

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Despite not securing a playoff berth yet and facing a potential early matchup in the Play-In Tournament against the Warriors—whom they recently lost to—consistency remains elusive, mirroring the struggles of the previous season.

Fans’ discontent is increasingly directed at Ham, whose tenure has not yet seen the turnaround expected by many. While Ham has navigated early-season challenges and rumors about his future, a premature exit in the playoffs could intensify calls for change.

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For a team like the Lakers, where expectations invariably include leading the pack, the pressure mounts as the postseason approaches, regardless of the marathon analogy.

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