CHICAGO -- Kobe Bryant wants to fix the Lakers. Badly. Immediately.
He said things were "very, very tough very, very frustrating," and that he was "trying to keep my cool," after the Lakers lost to the Chicago Bulls on Monday, 95-83.
"We're going to have to change something probably going to have to post the ball a lot more, slow the game down a lot more," he said. "I am a big history guy. Playing here in this arena with these incredible fans, you're in the house that M.J., Scottie Pippen, P.J. built. To put this kind of brand of basketball on the floor is just not acceptable."
P.J. is, of course, Phil Jackson. M.J. needs no introduction.
Neither does Pippen, really. In fact, Bryant went up to him after the game and offered a few brief words after shaking his hand near his courtside seat. Maybe it was an apology.
Bryant has shot poorly the last three games, going seven for 22 against Chicago as the Lakers failed again to do anything passable on offense.
Before that, he was 10...