The Los Angeles Lakers used their 29th different starting lineup of the season in their loss to the Brooklyn Nets Sunday night, and it likely won’t be the last. After the loss, Nick Young admits he’s fighting through a lot of pain with his knee injury and Pau Gasol opens up about his thoughts on the trade which sent Steve Blake packing and brought in two new shooting guards. Mike D’Antoni wasn’t happy with his team’s effort in the first half and discusses making room for Nick Young and soon Xavier Henry, with the additions of shooting guards Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks. Bazemore, who started tonight’s game and had a career-high 17 points talks about the surprise of jumping into a big role. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Lakers Nation YouTube Channel!
MIKE D’ANTONI: Wasn’t Happy With Teams First-Half Effort, Talks Clearing Room For Nick Young And Xavier Henry
PAU GASOL: Calls Jason Collins An ‘Icon,’ Opens Up On Lakers Trading Steve Blake For Two Shooting Guards
NICK YOUNG: Talks Knee Pain And Trying To Find His Rhythm
KENT BAZEMORE: On Career-High Night, Surprised With Big Role