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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:13 pm    Post subject:

any post game comments by luke?
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:23 pm    Post subject:

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How Luke is able to convince so many players to not play a lick of defense is beyond me.

So many wide open shooters and clear paths to the basket is crazy.

Ps i don't buy any of this Luke "young coach crap". Either know what you're doing or learn as an assistant. Head coach of a major franchise is not the place to learn on the job and constantly get outcoached.


Just out of curiosity, but on a young team with a lot of guys who haven’t played together and a lack of vet defenders, this team is ninth in defensive rating how? I mean with Luke teaching everyone to play no d, how do you suppose this sorcery is occurring?
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:26 pm    Post subject:

I think Luke left IT in the fourth because nobody on this team has been proven to be consistent closer and just gave IT a shot. My bet is that he will not close next few close games.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:31 pm    Post subject:

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How Luke is able to convince so many players to not play a lick of defense is beyond me.

So many wide open shooters and clear paths to the basket is crazy.

Ps i don't buy any of this Luke "young coach crap". Either know what you're doing or learn as an assistant. Head coach of a major franchise is not the place to learn on the job and constantly get outcoached.


Just out of curiosity, but on a young team with a lot of guys who haven’t played together and a lack of vet defenders, this team is ninth in defensive rating how? I mean with Luke teaching everyone to play no d, how do you suppose this sorcery is occurring?


Curious if you watched this game... Put in zero post defenders in the deciding minutes, played Randle too long stretches (tired Randle prone to too many mistakes). Left IT in too long . Zero rebounding.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:32 pm    Post subject:

Carlisle looked like a genius putting in all those scrubs at the end. We had the lead and momentum up into the point. After that, we forgot how to score.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:33 pm    Post subject:

Staccatos wrote:
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How Luke is able to convince so many players to not play a lick of defense is beyond me.

So many wide open shooters and clear paths to the basket is crazy.

Ps i don't buy any of this Luke "young coach crap". Either know what you're doing or learn as an assistant. Head coach of a major franchise is not the place to learn on the job and constantly get outcoached.


Just out of curiosity, but on a young team with a lot of guys who haven’t played together and a lack of vet defenders, this team is ninth in defensive rating how? I mean with Luke teaching everyone to play no d, how do you suppose this sorcery is occurring?


Curious if you watched this game... Put in zero post defenders in the deciding minutes, played Randle too long stretches (tired Randle prone to too many mistakes). Left IT in too long . Zero rebounding.


Still haven’t answered my rebuttal of your assertion. So the defense was bad this game. How has it been rated ninth for 54 games?
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:34 pm    Post subject:

Kuzma should have been in the starting line up for this game. Luke needs to mix it up from time to time and be more flexible.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:44 pm    Post subject:

i hope we get the ball back in ingram's hands more. have hart take up some more of ITs minutes.

thought luke had been on point recently. i'm not sure why he left IT for the entire 4th (or seemed like the entire 4th).
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:47 pm    Post subject:

Omar Little wrote:
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Omar Little wrote:
Staccatos wrote:
How Luke is able to convince so many players to not play a lick of defense is beyond me.

So many wide open shooters and clear paths to the basket is crazy.

Ps i don't buy any of this Luke "young coach crap". Either know what you're doing or learn as an assistant. Head coach of a major franchise is not the place to learn on the job and constantly get outcoached.


Just out of curiosity, but on a young team with a lot of guys who haven’t played together and a lack of vet defenders, this team is ninth in defensive rating how? I mean with Luke teaching everyone to play no d, how do you suppose this sorcery is occurring?


Curious if you watched this game... Put in zero post defenders in the deciding minutes, played Randle too long stretches (tired Randle prone to too many mistakes). Left IT in too long . Zero rebounding.


Still haven’t answered my rebuttal of your assertion. So the defense was bad this game. How has it been rated ninth for 54 games?


Your question makes as much sense as taking the defensive rating for the last ten years. Team is what is playing now. Either you learn or you don't.

You act like defensive rating exists in a vacuum. Lakers are horribly inefficient on offense. Perhaps other teams don't have to play as hard to whip the Lakers as evidenced by their record. Have you tried a chi square test on your hypothesis to determine if its statistically relevant? How much difference is between 7th and 12th for example. PS stats don't win championships

Ps sorry long night also. I just cant answer for the full season but based on this game it doesnt look like they've learned a damn thing. So many fundamentals like boxing out missing.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:02 pm    Post subject:

Switch defense was horrible, failing to switch and letting their bigs roll to basket. KCP had several of those tonite.

We get more offense with Kuzma, but Nance is better help defender. Kuzma was active, especially with rebounding, but couldn’t rotate fast enough for help defense. He needs to body up better in the paint.

When Dallas went big at end of game, Luke needed to have Hart, or at least Brewer, in place of KCP. Last 4 mins of game was badly managed.

Turnovers at end of 4th were killer... You can tell they were trying too hard to help IT on D (when IT was doing all right), and screwing up on D. It wasn’t same offensive or defensive flow as recently.

With Nance gone, Kuzma and Lopez must show up defensively every night.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:20 pm    Post subject:

Staccatos wrote:
Omar Little wrote:
Staccatos wrote:
Omar Little wrote:
Staccatos wrote:
How Luke is able to convince so many players to not play a lick of defense is beyond me.

So many wide open shooters and clear paths to the basket is crazy.

Ps i don't buy any of this Luke "young coach crap". Either know what you're doing or learn as an assistant. Head coach of a major franchise is not the place to learn on the job and constantly get outcoached.


Just out of curiosity, but on a young team with a lot of guys who haven’t played together and a lack of vet defenders, this team is ninth in defensive rating how? I mean with Luke teaching everyone to play no d, how do you suppose this sorcery is occurring?


Curious if you watched this game... Put in zero post defenders in the deciding minutes, played Randle too long stretches (tired Randle prone to too many mistakes). Left IT in too long . Zero rebounding.


Still haven’t answered my rebuttal of your assertion. So the defense was bad this game. How has it been rated ninth for 54 games?


Your question makes as much sense as taking the defensive rating for the last ten years. Team is what is playing now. Either you learn or you don't.

You act like defensive rating exists in a vacuum. Lakers are horribly inefficient on offense. Perhaps other teams don't have to play as hard to whip the Lakers as evidenced by their record. Have you tried a chi square test on your hypothesis to determine if its statistically relevant? How much difference is between 7th and 12th for example. PS stats don't win championships

Ps sorry long night also. I just cant answer for the full season but based on this game it doesnt look like they've learned a damn thing. So many fundamentals like boxing out missing.


The point I was making is that in order to be ranked ninth, they have a lot more good defensive efforts than bad, and extrapolating from one game, especially when a new guy who doesn’t defend well plays two thirds of it without so much as a practice, that Luke teaches guys not to defend is kind of knee jerk and off base.

And btw, if over ten years Luke’s teams are an average of ninth in defense, that will even further make the point.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:34 pm    Post subject:

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The point I was making is that in order to be ranked ninth, they have a lot more good defensive efforts than bad, and extrapolating from one game, especially when a new guy who doesn’t defend well plays two thirds of it without so much as a practice, that Luke teaches guys not to defend is kind of knee jerk and off base.

And btw, if over ten years Luke’s teams are an average of ninth in defense, that will even further make the point.


Phil Jackson used to call the season a journey and I believe meant that it doesn't matter how you started out, but how you ended up that mattered. He wanted his teams to peak at the end of the season when it was most important.

I think the Lakers have had their moments this year, I just don't think that being "9th in defensive efficiency" means much if you can't use it when you need it the most.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:37 pm    Post subject:

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The point I was making is that in order to be ranked ninth, they have a lot more good defensive efforts than bad, and extrapolating from one game, especially when a new guy who doesn’t defend well plays two thirds of it without so much as a practice, that Luke teaches guys not to defend is kind of knee jerk and off base.

And btw, if over ten years Luke’s teams are an average of ninth in defense, that will even further make the point.


Phil Jackson used to call the season a journey and I believe meant that it doesn't matter how you started out, but how you ended up that mattered. He wanted his teams to peak at the end of the season when it was most important.

I think the Lakers have had their moments this year, I just don't think that being "9th in defensive efficiency" means much if you can't use it when you need it the most.


So a week before the all star break on the road with a new guy playing is where you need it most? Again, they’ve been playing pretty good d most of the time and have lapses. Happens to young teams. Pattern is the key. Not the individual moments.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:44 pm    Post subject:

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The point I was making is that in order to be ranked ninth, they have a lot more good defensive efforts than bad, and extrapolating from one game, especially when a new guy who doesn’t defend well plays two thirds of it without so much as a practice, that Luke teaches guys not to defend is kind of knee jerk and off base.

And btw, if over ten years Luke’s teams are an average of ninth in defense, that will even further make the point.


Phil Jackson used to call the season a journey and I believe meant that it doesn't matter how you started out, but how you ended up that mattered. He wanted his teams to peak at the end of the season when it was most important.

I think the Lakers have had their moments this year, I just don't think that being "9th in defensive efficiency" means much if you can't use it when you need it the most.


So a week before the all star break on the road with a new guy playing is where you need it most? Again, they’ve been playing pretty good d most of the time and have lapses. Happens to young teams. Pattern is the key. Not the individual moments.


You're focusing on the wrong things. Tied/close game, final minutes of the 4th quarter. Lakers can't buy a stop to save their lives. Guys are left open, missing critical rebounds, bad turnovers, easy paths to the basket. I call it failing to execute.

PS you're going to need much higher advanced stats to show pattern. I agree that consistency is very important.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:48 pm    Post subject:

Staccatos wrote:
Omar Little wrote:
Staccatos wrote:
Omar Little wrote:
The point I was making is that in order to be ranked ninth, they have a lot more good defensive efforts than bad, and extrapolating from one game, especially when a new guy who doesn’t defend well plays two thirds of it without so much as a practice, that Luke teaches guys not to defend is kind of knee jerk and off base.

And btw, if over ten years Luke’s teams are an average of ninth in defense, that will even further make the point.


Phil Jackson used to call the season a journey and I believe meant that it doesn't matter how you started out, but how you ended up that mattered. He wanted his teams to peak at the end of the season when it was most important.

I think the Lakers have had their moments this year, I just don't think that being "9th in defensive efficiency" means much if you can't use it when you need it the most.


So a week before the all star break on the road with a new guy playing is where you need it most? Again, they’ve been playing pretty good d most of the time and have lapses. Happens to young teams. Pattern is the key. Not the individual moments.


You're focusing on the wrong things. Tied/close game, final minutes of the 4th quarter. Lakers can't buy a stop to save their lives. Guys are left open, missing critical rebounds, bad turnovers, easy paths to the basket. I call it failing to execute.

PS you're going to need much higher advanced stats to show pattern. I agree that consistency is very important.


I honestly no longer even know what your argument is. I wasn’t the one saying Luke teaches guys not to defend, and the defensive numbers are all on my side, but we just keep finding some strange new goalpost. Lots to critique, but making guys worse defensively probably not in that group.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:52 am    Post subject:

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Switch defense was horrible, failing to switch and letting their bigs roll to basket. KCP had several of those tonite.

We get more offense with Kuzma, but Nance is better help defender. Kuzma was active, especially with rebounding, but couldn’t rotate fast enough for help defense. He needs to body up better in the paint.

When Dallas went big at end of game, Luke needed to have Hart, or at least Brewer, in place of KCP. Last 4 mins of game was badly managed.

Turnovers at end of 4th were killer... You can tell they were trying too hard to help IT on D (when IT was doing all right), and screwing up on D. It wasn’t same offensive or defensive flow as recently.

With Nance gone, Kuzma and Lopez must show up defensively every night.


Excellent post Lakers are going to seriously miss Larry on defense
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:39 am    Post subject:

This playing down to the opponents is horrible. Especially if the team is not good enough to flip the switch at the end of the game.
Who is supposed to be the emotional leader that prevents this from happening?
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:58 am    Post subject:

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This playing down to the opponents is horrible. Especially if the team is not good enough to flip the switch at the end of the game.
Who is supposed to be the emotional leader that prevents this from happening?


It's sad, but Hart is probably the guy whose personality best fits that role, and he's only a rookie that barely started getting meaningful minutes. Just my opinion, but Jules, BI, and Zo don't appear to be that emotional leader, though they can certainly lead by example.
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This playing down to the opponents is horrible. Especially if the team is not good enough to flip the switch at the end of the game.
Who is supposed to be the emotional leader that prevents this from happening?


It's sad, but Hart is probably the guy whose personality best fits that role, and he's only a rookie that barely started getting meaningful minutes. Just my opinion, but Jules, BI, and Zo don't appear to be that emotional leader, though they can certainly lead by example.


Agree with you on all 4 guys.
I actually think IT may be the guy. Which sucks because he's the new guy.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:55 am    Post subject:

epak wrote:
This playing down to the opponents is horrible. Especially if the team is not good enough to flip the switch at the end of the game.
Who is supposed to be the emotional leader that prevents this from happening?

It should be Randle imo.
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This playing down to the opponents is horrible. Especially if the team is not good enough to flip the switch at the end of the game.
Who is supposed to be the emotional leader that prevents this from happening?

It should be Randle imo.


He doesn't seem like the type of guy that would get on other guys though.

Side: I'm not absolving blame from the staff. I just think it would be nice to have a player that helps motivate the guys in that way.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 7:07 pm    Post subject:

What the hell happened to our D?
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 7:21 pm    Post subject:

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What the hell happened to our D?


No Lonzo, now no Larry.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 7:29 pm    Post subject:

Thank goodness Luke got sick of the refs... those zebras are responsible for most of our loses... now is the time to put the hammer on and swallow a lengthy fine
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:40 pm    Post subject:

“Luke was ejected? Ive failed as a father” - Bill Walton during Portland GS broadcast.
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