LAS VEGAS It's hard to argue that there's a man in sports who's seen more drama over the past 18 months than Mike D'Antoni.
Since the beginning of 2012, the Lakers coach has been at the center of everything from Linsanity to the underperforming Lakers to Dwight Howard's free agency, and it's only now, a week after Howard's departure and almost a year and a half after he was dismissed from the Knicks, that things are beginning to even approach normal for him.
D'Antoni was in Las Vegas Sunday to watch the Lakers defeat the Trail Blazers at summer league, and before the game, he sat down with FOX Sports West to talk about what's transpired this summer and what's to come for the Lakers as they prepare for what's sure to be another strange season of basketball.
FOX Sports West: What are your plans for the rest of the summer after you leave Las Vegas?
Mike D'Antoni: We're just thinking about next year, putting our staff together and getting our team together. We're almost done. Then...