Kobe is averaging 35.7 minutes per game and it doesn’t appear that will slow down anytime soon.
Byron Scott plans to rest Kobe Bryant more in practice instead of lowering minutes
— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) November 24, 2014
Kobe is just being ran into the ground.
I am sure Kobe has said this many times in many huddles over the years. It doesn’t matter if he is shooting under 40% from the field this year, he always thinks the next shot is going in. It is his greatest strength and biggest weakness.
His teammates and Byron Scott’s faces are quite humorous.
H/T Sporting News
Simply put the Lakers will need a few A+ free agents and hit big in the draft for this to happen. Maybe they get lucky, maybe they won’t, but at least Scott is keeping the faith via SLAM.
Before a recent game, Byron Scott said he told his players “doubt kills dreams.” The Los Angeles Lakers coach was just getting warmed up. […] “I told them that I have no doubt that we...
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To quote one of my favorite wrestlers of my childhood, The Rock: “FINALLY.”
After nearly 90 days, three interviews, and even a Stanley Cup victory by their Staples Center co-tenant, the Los Angeles Lakers finally came to agreement with Byron Scott to become the 25th coach in franchise history.
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In a less-than-surprising move, the Los Angeles Lakers have hired Byron Scott to be their new head coach. As the only remaining NBA team without a coach, the Lakers were facing scrutiny to get something done. With Scott now on board, they can move on to their offseason program and start to implement his philosophy on the court. Lakers have agreed to terms with Byron Scott to be...
The Los Angeles Lakers still don’t have a head coach. It’s now been 3 months since their schedule mercifully came to a close and there is still no head-man to lead the legendary purple and gold franchise for the upcoming season. There’ve been potential hires. There’s been rumors of big names cashing fat checks and [&hellip
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Tweet Former Los Angeles Lakers guard and veteran NBA head coach Byron Scott interviewed for the Lakers head coaching vacancy earlier this week, and apparently is doing some public campaigning for the job through the media. Whether or not his tactic will work is the question. On a recent interview with ESPNLA 710, Scott confidently shared his thoughts on the interview, how...