Of course they do. It's easier to whine and blame their current standing of 11th best in the west to a failed CP3 trade rather than the fact that they have an old point guard, old small forward, underachieving bench, and no future first round picks for a long time. Even CP3 wouldnt have fixed all the ill over there, and then also hasnt every one noticed that players tend to play better once they leave the lakers? Case in point barnes.
They need to realize that they never had chris paul for one second, the owner of the Hornets did not sign off on it, and even when Stern rejected the deal they had a chance to renegotiate the deal but could, and that all stems from the fact that the Lakers have always pulled off trades that completely screw other teams they take players from, Stern was no idiot and didnt want to damn the Hornets. History is vindicating his decision as the Hornets got the best player in the draft (Davis), Austin Rivers, Al Farouq Aminu, and Eric Gordon.