Found December 10, 2012 on Beyond The Buzzer:
TEAMS: Utah Jazz
What truly hurts right now is watching this Lakers team that didn’t show up Sunday in an embarrassing 117-110 loss to the Utah Jazz. “Umm, you know, we’re not very good right now,” Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni said after his team was outscored 54-34 in the paint and gifted 25 points to Utah off of 14 turnovers. How bad is it for the Lakers? D’Antoni sounded more like Dante Alighieri before the game when describing the inferno his team has found itself in. “As you’re going through hell, you got to keep going,” D’Antoni said. “We’re not doing it. We’re not running back. We’re not doing the little things,” D’Antoni said. He later added: “We have too many guys that will take a possession off.” via ESPN
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