Dodgers Part-Owner Magic Johnson Breaks Silence On Team’s Disastrous Collapse

The Los Angeles Dodgers suffered a bitter blow as they were swept by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the National League Division Series, prompting a no-holds-barred critique from none other than team part-owner Magic Johnson.

“We’re all disappointed that our Dodgers didn’t hit or pitch well,” wrote Johnson on his official Twitter account on Tuesday. “That’s why we lost the Series to the Diamondbacks!”

Anyone who’s familiar with Magic’s social media tendencies can’t be too surprised with his straight-forward (obvious) wording.

Nonetheless, the Dodgers horrific departure from the postseason was embarrassing in every single way.

Magic knows that very well – as does every single Dodgers fan. 

“this man has the funniest tweets , like bro be making the most obvious sports observations, “the team missed more shots than the other team , that’s why we lost!” lmaoooo.”

“They lost – AGAIN – because they were poorly prepared for the post season by the worst manager in MLB … Yes, Kershaw choked in the playoffs, which he has a history of doing, and Mookie and Freeman didn’t hit, but the buck stops with Roberts … He needs to GO.”

“Thank you, Magic. Now please sign Shohei and make some moves.”

Looking at the big picture, what do the Dodgers need to do this offseason?

Clearly, they weren’t nearly as good as they thought they were.

The three faces of the franchise – Clayton Kershaw, Freddie Freeman and Mookie Betts – all failed miserably.

What does LA need to do to return to glory??