Lakers and LeBron sink to woeful National Basketball Association lows

Lakers and LeBron sink to woeful National Basketball Association lows

Walton was brought in two years ago to oversee a rebuild, and orchestrate an offense that centered around Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, and eventually Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma. In other words, the narrative is that LeBron is running the show in Los Angeles.

Victor Oladipo sat out his sixth straight game for IN with a sore right knee, but the Lakers still needed James to close it out.

Shown above, ESPN reposted a snippet of Krzyzewski's post-game press conference against IN, where he defended his current star-studded freshmen class from the criticisms that came their way after Duke's loss to Gonzaga.

"He sprained his left ankle pretty good", Walton said.

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"I look at this is as the coach and the best player coming to a symbiotic relationship if you will, where they both understand what is best for the team, certainly after Rondo's injury".

The 30 missed three-pointers is a season high and also the worst percentage in Lakers history when the team has shot attempted more than 30 three-pointers. "But he wanted to give it a go. I'm serious." That patience seemed to have run out because the LeBron from Cleveland who dominated the ball has returned, despite the Lakers notion saying he would be used more off-the-ball in an effort to conserve energy. "We want to get up and down". When he was asked about his status for Thursday night's game against the Indiana Pacers, Ball said he would be out there.

However, with Rajon Rondo already out with a broken bone in his right hand, losing Ball would only further compound the issues the Lakers are already suffering in the.

We haven't really seen James and Walton argue on the court much - at least not yet anyway - so it's too early to speculate about if this will have an impact on the Lakers head coach's job security going forward.

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