Byron Scott believes if he played Brandon Bass and Lou Williams more, he would still be coaching the Los Angeles Lakers.
Thanks to some planning from Brandon Bass, the Lakers sprayed Kobe Bryant which champagne after his final game.
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Kyle Lowry is projected to finish second in Fantasy scoring in Week 8, and Chris Towers says that isn't crazy at all.
In this week's Buy or Sell, we're tackling the many issues in Lakers land.
Los Angeles' front office reportedly still supports Byron Scott ... for now.
The Lakers appear to be more than satisfied prolonging their young players' development and taking a step backward as the Kobe Farewell Tour is full speed ahead.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, Byron Scott indicates that Kobe Bryant is one of the best defenders on the Lakers. Why?
The Lakers' coach is putting wins above development, and that's the exact opposite of what LA needs to do.

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