The Los Angeles Lakers are without point guards right now. Steve Nash, Steve Blake, and Jordan Farmar are all injured. That leaves Kobe Bryant to take the point guard duties and try to run the offense. Against the Oklahoma City Thunder Friday night, Kobe ended up dishing out 13 assists, but none of them were as creative as him passing the ball off Serge Ibaka's back to Jordan Hill for the easy bucket.
This wasn't one of those "get caught in the air and just fire it off a defender so you don't travel" plays. Bryant looked like he ran out of options before seeing he could throw it off Ibaka's back to ricochet to Hill's hands. Sure, the Lakers ended up losing by 25 points but that was at least fun.