Lakers drop fourth straight, LeBron James exits fourth quarter with groin injury

The Lakers dropped to 2-9 on the season. The Los Angeles Lakers lost their fourth straight game Wednesday night, dropping to 2-9 on the season in a 114-101 loss to the LA Clippers. To make matters worse in Laker Land, LeBron James exited the court midway through the fourth quarter and did not return because of a groin injury. 

"I didn’t do anything extraneous on the play," James said after the game, according to the New York Post. "Just when I landed, I felt a little spasm or strain in my groin. So immediately I had to come out after that on the next play down when I went to the free throw line.