The Los Angeles Lakers experienced a sad loss on Monday, blowing a 17-point final quarter lead

and losing 116-115 to the Indiana Pacers on a ringer beating 3-pointer by freshman Andrew Nembhard.

LeBron James needs to bear a portion of the fault, as he played inadequately down the stretch

and completed only 8-of-22 from the field. In the final quarter, he consistently strolled

the ball upcourt and removed the air from L.A's. offense. Up to this point this season,

his play has been lopsided, and it is hazy whether he is at long last appearance indications of decline

or whether he is essentially taking as much time as necessary to incline things up.

Kendrick Perkins, a previous partner of his and an ongoing NBA examiner for ESPN, had a few unforgiving words for the four-time MVP.

As a matter of fact, he said James isn't the Lakers' best player any longer and that he wants to give the weight of the offense over to Anthony Davis.

Davis drove Los Angeles with 25 places, 13 bounce back and four hindered shots.

He is falling off a unimaginable line of four continuous games with no less than 35 places and 15 bounce back.

Indiana tossed bunches of twofold groups at Davis, yet he answered by indenting six helps, which showed his overall capacity.