In an article in the LA Times, Mark Medina outlines five things to learn from the Lakers – Warriors preseason game.
“The Lakers also ran the revamped offense that includes elements of the Princeton system with fluidity. Rarely did the Lakers ever go into isolation sets. Each player appeared intent on following Steve Nash‘s lead (five points, three assists) and finding the open player for a shot. Kobe Bryant, who posted 10 points on two of seven shooting and three assists, appeared intent on facilitating. The Lakers set strong screens and actually played off of them” ~ Mark Medina
Read the complete article here