Magic Johnson only needed to see two quarters of play on Friday.
After watching the Oklahoma City Thunder take a 16-point lead into halftime against his Lakers in Los Angeles, Johnson called it a season.
"It's over for my Lakers. No playoffs, no nothing," Johnson said during ESPN's halftime show, via USA Today.
The Lakers eventually lost to the Thunder, 116-101, for their sixth straight defeat.
Johnson's proclamation is just the latest in a series of statements on his former team. After watching the Spurs deal the Lakers their fifth straight loss, the Hall of Famer actually felt that things were looking up.
Of course, a few days earlier he went on a long rant on Twitter, citing how Lakers players and coaches needed to improve. Johnson wrote that the Lakers need to start having fun and ended the his long tirade, saying "there is still enough time for our @Lakers to get it together."
Apparently, time ran out.