Lakers News: Kobe Bryant’s Frustration, High Praise for Julius Randle and More

November 3rd, 2015 by Tim Daniels Leave a reply »

Any hope the Los Angeles Lakers had for a quick start to help spark an unexpectedly strong season is fading away at a rapid rate. The Lake Show are already 0-3 while giving up more than 115 points per game heading into Tuesday's clash with the Denver Nuggets.

While that's obviously not an ideal start regardless of the circumstances, it's an even bigger issue in the remarkably deep Western Conference. The Lakers had very little margin for error coming into the campaign, and it's shrinking with each passing loss.

Exactly what that means depends on each person's outlook on the season. For the Lakers, it's led to early frustration, as evidenced by Kobe Bryant's day away from practice.

Let's check out that and some other news surrounding the team.


Kobe's Day Off

The fact Bryant is back out on the court is a great sign after he missed a majority of last season with a shoulder injury. His performance has been well below his usual standards, however, as he is shooting 31 percent from the field and 21 percent from beyond the arc through three games.

That isn't sitting well wit ...

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