Wow… my mom threw away my “Marry ME Harrison Barnes” poster. I need it for next Tuesday’s game and January 15th game aka Harrison Barnes night akaakakaaaaaaaaaaa my bae’s night akakkakakakaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaakakkaa i love him.
A bit disappointed at Lakers, but still love them. I can’t believe they lost two straight HOME games against Toronto and Phoenix… and with Kobe’s return.
Weak defense. - Lakers can’t defend guards. Bledsoe and Dragic were eating the defense up. Also, Morris had the night of his life as well. It was odd to watch Morris twin playing together.
Either Kobe doesn’t fit under D’Antoni System, or team doesn’t know how to play with Kobe. - I really, really, REALLY love Kobe, but I wasn’t a big fan of his return… Lakers were playing somewhat well without Kobe this season. But after Kobe’s return, everything goes down. Now the Lakers are 10-11, which is under .500… -Team must learn how to play with Kobe and adjust under Kobe’s ball movement. It’s really different from D’Antoni system and Kobe got his own ways and ball movement… teammates have to learn and be familiar with Kobe’s ways.
Offense -Missing free throws, air balls, missing three pointers, and random easy buckets. -I do understand missing three pointers, but free throws? Come on… Lakers got rid of Dwight Howard. Nobody should be shooting bricks at the free throw line. -To improve on offensive line, Lakers really have to have smooth ball movement and transition from player to player. Bad ball movement can lead to turn overs.
I’m pretty sure Lakers can improve when the time goes by. Kobe have to adjust in court, and teammates have to learn how to play under Kobe AND adjust in D’Antoni system.
Lakers have four road games in five nights. Thunder, Bobcats, Hawks, and Grizzlies. I’ll be happy with ONE win out of those four games. Lakers should win at least at Charlotte AND Atlanta…. But who knows, Bobcats got Kemba Walker, who’s averaging about 10-12 points per game. I don’t really expect win from OKC and Memphis, especially from OKC. I’ll be happy if the Lakers score at least 80 points at OKC this Friday.