The Los Angeles Lakers were happy to be back at their practice facility in El Segundo on Monday, after a full two weeks away from home. In the videos below, head coach Byron Scott discusses the good and the bad of their 1-7 road trip, and how he thinks the young core handled the long travel days and eight games in opposing arenas.
Scott also gave Larry Nance, Jr. the starting nod and assesses how he thinks he’s performed in his new role over the past week. The plan for the starting lineup is also laid out for about the Lakers next 10 games, and Scott addresses what he needs from the bench.
Additionally, what does Scott have to say about the Milwaukee Bucks ending the Golden State Warriors winning streak? And, how has Kobe Bryant’s farewell tour compared to that of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar?
Byron Scott Assesses Julius Randle’s Development, Increasing Confidence
Byron Scott Compares Farewell Tours Of Kobe Bryant, Kareem Andul-Jabbar