2015-16 Lakers Training Camp Recap: Day 6

The Los Angeles Lakers piled up a couple more injuries on their sixth day of practice during training camp. Guard Anthony Brown injured his shoulder during practice after being hit with a screen by one of the Laker bigs, and after a negative MRI is listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game. Jabari Brown also injured his right hand during practice, but the X-Ray came back negative and he is also listed as questionable.

Larry Nance, Jr. (back spasms) participated in all of practice on Monday and is expected to be available for Tuesday’s game. Marcelo Huertas who is nursing a hamstring injury will actually be flying to Vancouver to complete his immigration documents and will not be available for Tuesday’s game.

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Lakers head coach Byron Scott expects both Metta World Peace and Michael Frazier II, who did not play in Sunday night’s matchup, to play Tuesday.

After practice, Scott discussed which performances he was most impressed by in the Lakers preseason opener. Of the reserves, Scott mentioned Lou Williams, Ryan Kelly and Nick Young. Of the bigs, Scott was most impressed with Roy Hibbert.

“Out of all our bigs, I thought Roy played the best. I thought he was the most active, he was the most physical, the most aggressive that we had.”

The Lakers were clearly worn down after a tough week of training camp, but D’Angelo Russell said it will all be worth it at the end of the season.

“When you start to have second thoughts on why, remember it’s a long season. We’re looking forward to trying to make the playoffs, so if we make that, we’ll be prepared for it.”

Russell said he was not hindered by his bone bruise during last night’s game or today’s practice and will once again, be ready for Tuesday’s game against the Utah Jazz.

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Can Holmes and upshaw get some PT?

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        1. that would give the team 2 LESS wins than it had last year…
          despite significant upgrades.

          Flagged.
          obviously you talk out your ass and are deliberately posting things to insight people.

          1. actually that would be 4 less wins. 17-65, I just don’t see that happening. That would make them the worst in the league more than likely.

    1. Actually looking further at the scouting reports on Jabari Brown and Michael Frazier, I like Frazier more. Frazier is a very good shooter, is an average ball handler and defender whereas Jabari is strictly a scorer. I think I’m actually with you.

    1. Actually looking further at the scouting reports on Jabari Brown and Michael Frazier, I like Frazier more. Frazier is a very good shooter, is an average ball handler and defender whereas Jabari is strictly a scorer. I think I’m actually with you.

  • In order to win those crucial games we play as soon as the season begins, I’d go:

    First unit: Clarkson / Williams / Bryant / Randle / Hibbert

    Second unit: Russel / Young / Brown / Bass / Black

    1. Take out Randle for Bass and I’d agree, however, give it 4+ weeks and Russell end up starting (better adapted), switching JC (2), Kobe (3), Bass (4) and Hibbs.

      If Huerta’s ends up making the roster he’d play the 1 (backup) or switch JC to the 1 once Russ comes off the floor. Thus, placing Lou as the best coming off the bench (2), N Young (3), Randle (4) and Upshaw/Black (5). Ten/eleven player rotation depending on the circumstances w/options.

    2. The clear push is Russell and Clarkson starting. They want Randle in there too but if Bass shows better he’ll start at the 4.

      They are selling the youth movement. Look at how many interviews Russell is doing.

          1. So did Russ he jc shot 45 percent last season he missed shots in one game they all were missing shots.

        1. JC6 can shoot but Russ is the better shooter out of the two at the time. However, they’re both combo guards being (as mentioned awhile back) Clarkson’s bread and butter lies in being able to drive/make his way inside even if it involves contact from defenders.

          Russ is more of a shooter who can take contact while in the process of shooting. It’d be interesting to observe this combo when everyone’s on the same page. If the Lakers lose a lot more games than anticipated it’d likely be due to the lack of defensive effort. Better odds with Hibbs protecting the inside but others will have to do their part to help him out.

          1. russell shooter t hats a joke he cant shoot to save his life 2-8, he was horrible last game!

        2. What top SG’s were great shooters? Kobe wasn’t. Wade wasn’t. Harden isn’t. MJ wasn’t. Even in today’s three point bombs away era your Klay Thompson’s, Danny Green’s & Kyle Korver’s are the elite and rare. JC will be just fine. And Let’s not forget Russell was an excellent shooter at OU.

          1. harden is a 38% three point shooter.

            all of those players you named could hit threes at about 35+%. jc is not a three point shooter its going to make us easyer to guard

          2. Is this not JC’s 2nd season? Michael Jordan never shot 35% from behind the arc. Kobe is a 34% three point shooter. At 31% JC can improve. What does Tony Allen shoot behind the arc?

            JC has the right attitude in looking to improve defensively this season. we don’t realistically have a proven lights out three point shooter on roster who should clearly start, so the nit picking is moot.

          3. we have young or a brown or even meta who could start at the three putting kobe at the two and jc off the 1 which would be better for the team

          4. Again, non of them are clear cut dead eye distance shooters who should start. Russell was drafted to be our PG. As I told many last season, JC wasn’t A PG. I see Lou playing the back up point. If we had not signed him, Metta wouldn’t be in the league. Kobe understands the future is now and that’s why he’s accepted the SF role.

          5. jc is a pg. as I have told you before he was better at the pg then sg. all of his stats are better and he did not take off last season until he became the full time pg

          6. Lin did a better job of running the offense as PG. JC was good st scoring with the ball in his hand, making plays for othes at times. Most SG’s can do that. JC was better playing with Lin. When Lin was allowed to play PnR the offense flowed better and JC thrived.

          7. well the stats disagree with you and this preseason game proves im right even more. the lakers were better with out russ because playing both russ and clark is not working yet. both are afraid to step on the others toes

        3. Did you look at the stats sheet for everyone there? EVERYONE struggled. Lou Williams 4-12 and he’s a shooter, Julius Randle 2-10, Swaggy P 4-10, Kobe 1-5, I can go on and on. Even Russell struggled. Everyone did. It doesn’t mean that Clarkson can’t score. Did you see his averages post all star last year? 16.7 pts on 48% shooting 31% 3’s with 5.4 assists and 4.6 rebounds. You don’t shoot 48% because you “can’t shoot”. You don’t make nearly 17 pts a game because you “can’t shoot”. He can definitely score, though his long range game does need work. He addressed that by improving his upper body strength in the off season. But you can’t take 1 preseason game, a game where everyone struggled, where everyone had tired legs from Scott’s tough practices and suddenly deem that a guy can’t score. That means Kobe can’t score, Russell and Randle can’t score, Williams and anyone else who played for that matter can’t score. None of the Lakers can score by your assessment.

          1. Did you only read part of what I said or did you read all of it?

            “He can definitely score, though his long range game does need work. He addressed that by improving his upper body strength in the off season.”

            The guy has only had his rookie year. Really, you’re going to nitpick that badly off a rookie year, hell off someone who was only allowed to be effective post all start break, literally less than half a season? Are you literally not going to allow this kid to attempt to improve off his rookie year? A year where he was virtually the only scorer down the stretch? Really?

          2. he can improve and i hope h proves me wrong but he is much better as a pg last season. he was better at pg last game too

      1. Unlike a majority of people on this site, I like the fact that Scott is starting those young 3 and is really pushing them to prove him they are worthy of starting. Although, Randle and Russell didn’t shoot the ball well, I hope Scott is preaching to them (most specifically Randle) to play well and hard at both ends.

        I bet a lot of people last season complaining about Randle and Russell starting would’ve had a fit if Clarkson started at any point last season, however Clarkson took advantage of the moment and played well and developed, and is continuing those 2 things. I’m hoping throughout the season that Hibbert, Randle, Kobe, Clarkson, Russell will be the starting lineup.

        1. I agree. Its only the first game, and its preseason even. Other guys havent even played yet. Its important to recognize the value of preseason in tweaking the lineups and see which group plays best together. The poor shooting will get better over time. They just need to get Byron’s system pat first, especially Russell and Randle at the NBA level. We can scrutinize their status by December.

        2. For me, I’m just ready for the next-generation now. Given our current situation, there’s no need to slow groom the youth. Giving them the game reps now will make or break them and we need to know this sooner rather than later.

      2. Glad to have you back in here DP.

        I’m fully aware of what they are selling. But since I truly believe that this roster has enough good pieces to make the playoffs, I would not mind having Russel coming off the bench for the first months. The same goes for Randle until he manages to be more effective on both ends of the court.

        1. I feel that but they are also taking a page out of Dr. Buss’ s Showtime playbook… ticket sales and marketing matters. This is what made the post Magic Late Show fun to watch. Entertainment was big for Dr. Buss.

  • In order to win those crucial games we play as soon as the season begins, I’d go:

    First unit: Clarkson / Williams / Bryant / Randle / Hibbert

    Second unit: Russel / Young / Brown / Bass / Black

    1. Take out Randle for Bass and I’d agree, however, give it 4+ weeks and Russell end up starting (better adapted), switching JC (2), Kobe (3), Bass (4) and Hibbs.

      If Huerta’s ends up making the roster he’d play the 1 (backup) or switch JC to the 1 once Russ comes off the floor. Thus, placing Lou as the best coming off the bench (2), N Young (3), Randle (4) and Upshaw/Black (5). Ten/eleven player rotation depending on the circumstances w/options.

    2. The clear push is Russell and Clarkson starting. They want Randle in there too but if Bass shows better he’ll start at the 4.

      They are selling the youth movement. Look at how many interviews Russell is doin and how they constantly pump his vision and leadership.

          1. So did Russ he jc shot 45 percent last season he missed shots in one game they all were missing shots.

        1. JC6 can shoot but Russ is the better shooter out of the two at the time. However, they’re both combo guards being (as mentioned awhile back) Clarkson’s bread and butter lies in being able to drive/make his way inside even if it involves contact from defenders.

          Russ is more of a shooter who can take contact while in the process of shooting. It’d be interesting to observe this combo when everyone’s on the same page. If the Lakers lose a lot more games than anticipated it’d likely be due to the lack of defensive effort. Better odds with Hibbs protecting the inside but others will have to do their part to help him out.

          1. russell shooter t hats a joke he cant shoot to save his life 2-8, he was horrible last game!

        2. What top SG’s were great shooters? Kobe wasn’t. Wade wasn’t. Harden isn’t. MJ wasn’t. Even in today’s three point bombs away era your Klay Thompson’s, Danny Green’s & Kyle Korver’s are the elite and rare. JC will be just fine. And Let’s not forget Russell was an excellent shooter at OU.

          1. harden is a 38% three point shooter.

            all of those players you named could hit threes at about 35+%. jc is not a three point shooter its going to make us easyer to guard

          2. Is this not JC’s 2nd season? Michael Jordan never shot 35% from behind the arc. Kobe is a 34% three point shooter. At 31% JC can improve. What does Tony Allen shoot behind the arc?

            JC has the right attitude in looking to improve defensively this season. we don’t realistically have a proven lights out three point shooter on roster who should clearly start, so the nit picking is moot.

          3. we have young or a brown or even meta who could start at the three putting kobe at the two and jc off the 1 which would be better for the team

          4. Again, non of them are clear cut dead eye distance shooters who should start. Russell was drafted to be our PG. As I told many last season, JC wasn’t A PG. I see Lou playing the back up point. If we had not signed him, Metta wouldn’t be in the league. Kobe understands the future is now and that’s why he’s accepted the SF role.

          5. jc is a pg. as I have told you before he was better at the pg then sg. all of his stats are better and he did not take off last season until he became the full time pg

          6. Lin did a better job of running the offense as PG. JC was good st scoring with the ball in his hand, making plays for othes at times. Most SG’s can do that. JC was better playing with Lin. When Lin was allowed to play PnR the offense flowed better and JC thrived.

          7. well the stats disagree with you and this preseason game proves im right even more. the lakers were better with out russ because playing both russ and clark is not working yet. both are afraid to step on the others toes

        3. Did you look at the stats sheet for everyone there? EVERYONE struggled. Lou Williams 4-12 and he’s a shooter, Julius Randle 2-10, Swaggy P 4-10, Kobe 1-5, I can go on and on. Even Russell struggled. Everyone did. It doesn’t mean that Clarkson can’t score. Did you see his averages post all star last year? 16.7 pts on 48% shooting 31% 3’s with 5.4 assists and 4.6 rebounds. You don’t shoot 48% because you “can’t shoot”. You don’t make nearly 17 pts a game because you “can’t shoot”. He can definitely score, though his long range game does need work. He addressed that by improving his upper body strength in the off season. But you can’t take 1 preseason game, a game where everyone struggled, where everyone had tired legs from Scott’s tough practices and suddenly deem that a guy can’t score. That means Kobe can’t score, Russell and Randle can’t score, Williams and anyone else who played for that matter can’t score. None of the Lakers can score by your assessment.

          1. Did you only read part of what I said or did you read all of it?

            “He can definitely score, though his long range game does need work. He addressed that by improving his upper body strength in the off season.”

            The guy has only had his rookie year. Really, you’re going to nitpick that badly off a rookie year, hell off someone who was only allowed to be effective post all start break, literally less than half a season? Are you literally not going to allow this kid to attempt to improve off his rookie year? A year where he was virtually the only scorer down the stretch? Really?

          2. he can improve and i hope h proves me wrong but he is much better as a pg last season. he was better at pg last game too

      1. Unlike a majority of people on this site, I like the fact that Scott is starting those young 3 and is really pushing them to prove him they are worthy of starting. Although, Randle and Russell didn’t shoot the ball well, I hope Scott is preaching to them (most specifically Randle) to play well and hard at both ends.

        I bet a lot of people last season complaining about Randle and Russell starting would’ve had a fit if Clarkson started at any point last season, however Clarkson took advantage of the moment and played well and developed, and is continuing those 2 things. I’m hoping throughout the season that Hibbert, Randle, Kobe, Clarkson, Russell will be the starting lineup.

        1. I agree. Its only the first game, and its preseason even. Other guys havent even played yet. Its important to recognize the value of preseason in tweaking the lineups and see which group plays best together. The poor shooting will get better over time. They just need to get Byron’s system pat first, especially Russell and Randle at the NBA level. We can scrutinize their status by December.

        2. For me, I’m just ready for the next-generation now. Given our current situation, there’s no need to slow groom the youth. Giving them the game reps now will make or break them and we need to know this sooner rather than later.

      2. Glad to have you back in here DP.

        I’m fully aware of what they are selling. But since I truly believe that this roster has enough good pieces to make the playoffs, I would not mind having Russel coming off the bench for the first months. The same goes for Randle until he manages to be more effective on both ends of the court.

        1. I feel that but they are also taking a page out of Dr. Buss’ s Showtime playbook… ticket sales and marketing matters. This is what made the post Magic Late Show fun to watch. Entertainment was big for Dr. Buss.

  • Byron Scott is essentially over training and overworking the Lakers roster to exhaustion leading to injury as always. This guy is ridiculously unaware how bad he really is in determining the optimum performance of players. Good luck trying to break 30 wins this season if injuries pile up early. If they break 90 points per game at least they won’t look that pathetic but if they average under 90 then heads will definitely roll.

  • Byron Scott is essentially over training and overworking the Lakers roster to exhaustion leading to injury as always. This guy is ridiculously unaware how bad he really is in determining the optimum performance of players. Good luck trying to break 30 wins this season if injuries pile up early. If they break 90 points per game at least they won’t look that pathetic but if they average under 90 then heads will definitely roll.

    1. That, and he actually finished, unlike just about everyone else who tried to dive to the basket, hehe

    1. That, and he actually finished, unlike just about everyone else who tried to dive to the basket, hehe

    1. You guys are being too harsh on J. Brown. J. Brown is not a PG, more so just a shooter. Last game he was forced to play PG because Huertas was out and he got exposed. J. Brown has proven since SL that he’s improved his game attacking the basket and his defense last night with the steal was great.

      Although I still am not high on Frazier, since he looked bad in the practice footages (missing shots and turning over), I’d like to see what he’s capable of in game. I doubt he’ll make the team though.

      As for Kelly, I must admit he played hard, but not sure if I want him here anymore, I mean he’s a stretch four, but we also have Holmes a younger talent who can play defense and Nance. Maybe the Lakers should explore a trade for Kelly if they can.

    1. You guys are being too harsh on J. Brown. J. Brown is not a PG, more so just a shooter. Last game he was forced to play PG because Huertas was out and he got exposed. J. Brown has proven since SL that he’s improved his game attacking the basket and his defense last night with the steal was great.

      Although I still am not high on Frazier, since he looked bad in the practice footages (missing shots and turning over), I’d like to see what he’s capable of in game. I doubt he’ll make the team though.

      As for Kelly, I must admit he played hard, but not sure if I want him here anymore, I mean he’s a stretch four, but we also have Holmes a younger talent who can play defense and Nance. Maybe the Lakers should explore a trade for Kelly if they can.

  • I can’t believe Lakers fans are this stupid as a group … y’all are seriously trying to say that you get hurt doing too much conditioning (as if any of you know how much they’re actually doing)? So running a lot gives you back spasms, shoulder injuries, and bone bruises? Get a grip people. Obvious you’ve been coddled your whole life and got things easy for you. Play a sport competitively and you might understand what it means to be in shape to outlast the other team. Maybe instead of saying “they broke down in the 4th, they were too tired, they were pushed too hard” … you should be saying “they broke down in the 4th, they were too tired, they weren’t in game shape”. See the big picture people … it’s a meaningless preseason game.

    1. The preseason record often reflects how we do in the season. We’ve been so bad in the preseason the last few years which carries over to the regular season. They need to start winning these games regardless if it’s preseason or not

  • I can’t believe Lakers fans are this stupid as a group … y’all are seriously trying to say that you get hurt doing too much conditioning (as if any of you know how much they’re actually doing)? So running a lot gives you back spasms, shoulder injuries, and bone bruises? Get a grip people. Obvious you’ve been coddled your whole life and got things easy for you. Play a sport competitively and you might understand what it means to be in shape to outlast the other team. Maybe instead of saying “they broke down in the 4th, they were too tired, they were pushed too hard” … you should be saying “they broke down in the 4th, they were too tired, they weren’t in game shape”. See the big picture people … it’s a meaningless preseason game.

    1. The preseason record often reflects how we do in the season. We’ve been so bad in the preseason the last few years which carries over to the regular season. They need to start winning these games regardless if it’s preseason or not

  • Mr Soctt i don’t care what your thinking, if you can win the next game, better be sure the EXIT door out of office awaits you. We are Playoff team now, we have all it take to seat for playoff, no excuses please

  • Mr Soctt i don’t care what your thinking, if you can win the next game, better be sure the EXIT door out of office awaits you. We are Playoff team now, we have all it take to seat for playoff, no excuses please

  • WTF!? I actually agree with Byron regarding which players impressed. I was surprised to see Hamster Face Kelly so active on D, just from a pure effort point of view. Then again, also surprised why the fuck Scott still plays him at 3. Haven’t we’ve seen enough of that debacle?

    1. I believe R.kelly is a project player for them but we’ll see.. I did see him get quicker though.

  • WTF!? I actually agree with Byron regarding which players impressed. I was surprised to see Hamster Face Kelly so active on D, just from a pure effort point of view. Then again, also surprised why the fuck Scott still plays him at 3. Haven’t we’ve seen enough of that debacle?

    1. I believe R.kelly is a project player for them but we’ll see.. I did see him get quicker though.

  • J Randle needs to come off the bench….Right now he’s not a starter….Let him Work his way into the starting lineup…Start Bass.

  • J Randle needs to come off the bench….Right now he’s not a starter….Let him Work his way into the starting lineup…Start Bass.

  • There have been 9 preseason games thus far, not a single team has shot as bad as the Lakers did, not even close in fact. I’ve watched 4 of those games and no team have looked as poor as the Lakers. I think this whole ‘tired legs’ is just a cop-out for guys who just have no idea what they are doing.

    Shouldn’t teaching them the system take priority over monotonous suicides? How come the Utah Jazz didn’t have ‘tired legs’? Are the Lakers going to be a lot fitter than them come January, by which time the season will be over, we’ll have 12-15 guys who are all nursing various injuries and can run the court like headless chicken, but can’t actually do anything basketball wise. Old Skool.

    Hey, but at least Byron is consistent, even in preseason, with his bizarre rotations and clear favoritism.

    I’ve looked into Byron Scott’s later coaching records, and one thing is very clear: The poor shooting percentage of his teams in his last 5 seasons, even in his last winning season with the Hornets, his team was still shooting below the league average.
    People argue that Byron Scott is good with developing young guys, but really other than Chris Paul and Kyrie Irving, both of whom had obvious natural talent from day one, he hasn’t really developed any young guys into the sort of guys the Lakers need going forward. Hilton Armstrong, Cedric Simmons, Julian Wright were all top 15 picks and flamed out of the league after only 4 or 5 years.

    It scares me that the Lakers are trusting their future with this guy, I don’t give a shit about what he did as a player, that sort of sentimentality got him the job in the first place. There are a number of young coaches who NBA teams are trusting, who are more up to date with modern basketball.

    Yes this is a long-ass rant, if you’ve read this far, well done to you, I’m also not even basing this on this one preseason game, I’m talking about every game from last season, from the summer league, it just looks ugly on both ends.

    1. This is Scott’s team now not the FO’s, who acquired average players last season. Forgot who it was that posted concerns around this time too last year and called it correctly = a bad season? But the clear INDICATOR to this will be the defense. Are they better defensively as a team now with the new acquisitions or will a similar type of defensive effort be shown as last season? Will find out sooner than later.

        1. Offense and defense have little correlation.

          That’s like saying your parking brake doesn’t work well if your engine has lost a cylinder.

          We get it, you are a bitter and angry person. And you are upset about the lakers… but come with fact and stop trying to post any type of Bullshit to vent your frustrations.

        2. Lol,

          Wtf, all team’s put up points in the league tho some more than others. Defense is the key here, Lakers were tied for 18th offensively for most points scored last season, they were 11th! in 2014 and 6th during DH’s year (2013 season). Defensively, they tied for 27th last season, 29th in 2014 and tied for 21st in 2013. Noticing a pattern here lol. Shhessh

    2. Excellent observations and analysis!! Kudos to you for not being a uniformed homer. While I’m trying very hard to be patient with Scott, I can’t help but fear all you’ve detailed as our undoing under his reign.

  • There have been 9 preseason games thus far, not a single team has shot as bad as the Lakers did, not even close in fact. I’ve watched 4 of those games and no team have looked as poor as the Lakers. I think this whole ‘tired legs’ is just a cop-out for guys who just have no idea what they are doing.

    Shouldn’t teaching them the system take priority over monotonous suicides? How come the Utah Jazz didn’t have ‘tired legs’? Are the Lakers going to be a lot fitter than them come January, by which time the season will be over, we’ll have 12-15 guys who are all nursing various injuries and can run the court like headless chicken, but can’t actually do anything basketball wise. Old Skool.

    Hey, but at least Byron is consistent, even in preseason, with his bizarre rotations and clear favoritism.

    I’ve looked into Byron Scott’s later coaching records, and one thing is very clear: The poor shooting percentage of his teams in his last 5 seasons, even in his last winning season with the Hornets, his team was still shooting below the league average.
    People argue that Byron Scott is good with developing young guys, but really other than Chris Paul and Kyrie Irving, both of whom had obvious natural talent from day one, he hasn’t really developed any young guys into the sort of guys the Lakers need going forward. Hilton Armstrong, Cedric Simmons, Julian Wright were all top 15 picks and flamed out of the league after only 4 or 5 years.

    It scares me that the Lakers are trusting their future with this guy, I don’t give a shit about what he did as a player, that sort of sentimentality got him the job in the first place. There are a number of young coaches who NBA teams are trusting, who are more up to date with modern basketball.

    Yes this is a long-ass rant, if you’ve read this far, well done to you, I’m also not even basing this on this one preseason game, I’m talking about every game from last season, from the summer league, it just looks ugly on both ends.

    1. This is Scott’s team now not the FO’s, who acquired average players last season. Forgot who it was that posted concerns around this time too last year and called it correctly = a bad season? But the clear INDICATOR to this will be the defense. Are they better defensively as a team now with the new acquisitions or will a similar type of defensive effort be shown as last season? Will find out sooner than later.

        1. Offense and defense have little correlation.

          That’s like saying your parking brake doesn’t work well if your engine has lost a cylinder.

          We get it, you are a bitter and angry person. And you are upset about the lakers… but come with fact and stop trying to post any type of Bullshit to vent your frustrations.

        2. Lol,

          Wtf, all team’s put up points in the league tho some more than others. Defense is the key here, Lakers were tied for 18th offensively for most points scored last season, they were 11th! in 2014 and 6th during DH’s year (2013 season). Defensively, they tied for 27th last season, 29th in 2014 and tied for 21st in 2013. Noticing a pattern here lol. Shhessh

    2. Excellent observations and analysis!! Kudos to you for not being a uniformed homer. While I’m trying very hard to be patient with Scott, I can’t help but fear all you’ve detailed as our undoing under his reign.

  • Russel is looking more and more like a scrub everyday. I thought the summer league was bad, this is just embarrasing. But according to Faker fans, ”it’s just summer league, it’s just preseason, don’t worry” lmfao

    1. faux laughter after every one of your posts online is a clear sign of low self-esteem, by the way.

  • It must suck getting interviewed every DAY and trying to think of new things to say, when a game hasn’t even been played since the last interview.

  • It must suck getting interviewed every DAY and trying to think of new things to say, when a game hasn’t even been played since the last interview.

  • faux laughter after every one of your posts online is a clear sign of low self-esteem, by the way.

  • la lakers should sign both telfair and dorell wright and waive sacre or trade both kelly and sacre with nick young that solution problem

    1. Telfair?? Career avg 7 ppg in 11 years! Includes 3 years of overseas ball & 8 different NBA teams. What a great solution.

        1. I agree but Telfair is a guard & Sacre a center. Do you want another guard or do you think we need another big man in place of Sacre?

  • la lakers should sign both telfair and dorell wright and waive sacre or trade both kelly and sacre with nick young that solution problem

    1. Telfair?? Career avg 7 ppg in 11 years! Includes 3 years of overseas ball & 8 different NBA teams. What a great solution.

        1. I agree but Telfair is a guard & Sacre a center. Do you want another guard or do you think we need another big man in place of Sacre?

  • that would give the team 2 LESS wins than it had last year…
    despite significant upgrades.

    Flagged.
    obviously you talk out your ass and are deliberately posting things to insight people.

    1. actually that would be 4 less wins. 17-65, I just don’t see that happening. That would make them the worst in the league more than likely.

  • I hope Upshaw can make the team over either black or Sacre since neither can provide 2nd unit rim protection like Upshaw can

  • I hope Upshaw can make the team over either black or Sacre since neither can provide 2nd unit rim protection like Upshaw can

  • Hope BS subs Upshaw Tonite when Hibbert’s out Especially for rim protection. Let’s see if he’s gonna have what it takes. Sacre didn’t have it & Black undersized against all of Utah’s 7 footers.

  • Hope BS subs Upshaw Tonite when Hibbert’s out Especially for rim protection. Let’s see if he’s gonna have what it takes. Sacre didn’t have it & Black undersized against all of Utah’s 7 footers.

  • Havent seen one reason why we picked russell. This boy is soft and a pretty boy, never played in a tough league growing up i bet.. i wish everybody woll stop saying hes a rookie his vision, he has no nba game especially in a pg league. Mock my words hell be traded or gone in 2 years.

  • Havent seen one reason why we picked russell. This boy is soft and a pretty boy, never played in a tough league growing up i bet.. i wish everybody would stop saying hes a rookie his vision, he has no nba game especially in a pg league. Mock my words hell be traded or gone in 2 years.

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