“We’ve been talking about it the whole time, just trying to be better, trying to play better and making sure we don’t jump ship,” D’Antoni said.
“Everybody stay and just make as good of a showing as we can and compete. Guys got their futures to work for and we’re going to try to help them.”
Pay per head services learned that the Lakers reconvened after two days off following back-to-back losses on Thursday and Friday when they were beaten by the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs by a 31.5-point average.
The Lakers went 12-35 after starting 10-9, with four of their last seven defeats coming by 20 points or more, and pay per head services could clearly see that the fans were not happy.
And price per head sportsbooks believe that the Lakers should not think about the summertime, with less than a month until the team closes the season on April 16.
“We don’t want to think about the finish line,” Pau Gasol said. “We want to think about what can we do better during this stretch of games and how we can be more effective and have better results. So let’s see if we can stay locked in, because the season’s not over. You got to still go out there, play, compete and be a team.”
Eleven of the last 16 games are against teams with records that go above-.500 as they continue dealing with injuries, something that continues to concern many fans and pay per head services.
Price per head sportsbooks found out that Nick Young (left knee) and Jordan Hill (right knee) returned to practice on Monday, and the players are hopeful for their game on Friday against the Washington Wizards. However, Jordan Farmar suffered a right groin strain on Monday and will see Dr. Luga Podesta to determine how serious the injury is.
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“We’re going to try to get better,” D’Antoni said. “We’re going to try to get better individually and as a team and just make sure our last 16 games are competitive and go out and do the best we can.”