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Snoop Dogg is not happy with the way Lakers are playing at the moment and believes LeBron needs help

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It was evident after last night's game against the Phoenix Suns that the Los Angeles Lakers are struggling really bad and their playoffs hopes are in serious jeopardy. Even though LeBron turned up his "playoff mode" and provided another very solid performance, they've lost a game they needed to win in order to stay closer to a playoff spot this season.

They are currently in the 10th spot in a very competitive western conference trailing the 8th seeded San Antonio Spurs by 5 wins. It seems the chemistry is not there which is pretty much transparent for anybody watching their games.

Snoop Dogg who is an avid Lakers fan didn't hold back at criticizing his favorite team and said there need to be some serious changes made in order for them to reach the playoffs this season. Snoop thinks LeBron needs more help in order to compete for a championship which is something Lakers fans haven't experienced in almost a decade.

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Bad year man. It was terrible watching my Stellars play this year and it's f***ing terrible watching my Lakers play. Somebody got to go. F**k this s**t. Somebody got to go. Matter of fact a lot of them got to go, starting with the coach. Well, it's not going to work, this is not the LA way. Sick of them trying to act like it's going to be alright and cool, they going to figure it out and grow. Get LeBron some f***ing help because of these goofballs won't do s**t. I'm selling my booth right now which I have for the next two or three years and this year you can have it. 5 dollars for the booth for the Lakers games.

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