Coaches of The LA Lakers Rumored to Change Their Game Plan Because of Injuries

Photo: Instagram/Anthony Davis

Coaches of the Los Angeles Lakers are looking to improve their team's performance after a 13-12 start to the NBA season. ESPN's Dave McMenamin reports that the coaches are rumored to change their game plan "on the fly" because of injuries.

The performances of Anthony Davis and LeBron James have been affected by injuries to their thumbs and abdominals, respectively. Aside from the two-star players, other members of the roster are also struggling to win the necessary victories needed for the team.

In an interview with ESPN, Lakers assistant coach David Fizdale justified the team's offensive strategy by claiming that each player gets a chance to shoot and leaves little room for postmatch complaints.

Photo: Instagram/Anthony Davis

Going forward in the season, it will be interesting to see whether the team has any effective solutions to improve its performance.


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