Byron Scott: ‘It’s Possible’ Larry Nance, Metta World Peace Play Vs. Nets
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With the Los Angeles Lakers sitting at 0-4 despite playing a relatively easy schedule so far this season, frustration is already beginning to set in throughout the organization.

Apparently head coach Byron Scott may already be prepared to make some changes.

According to Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News, Scott says it is possible that Larry Nance Jr. and Metta World Peace could see the court tonight against the Brooklyn Nets:

Medina also noted that Scott said his patience level has lowered and changes could be on the way if things don’t improve soon:

It is good to see that Scott is willing to make some changes as some of the lineups that have been prevalent this season simply haven’t worked. Some players just haven’t played well and bringing in a high energy player like Nance or a savvy veteran like World Peace could give the team a boost.

Tarik Black got his first significant minutes of the season in the team’s loss to the Denver Nuggets as Ryan Kelly failed to see the floor in the second half. It will be interesting to see what other changes Scott makes as the Lakers look to stop this early season skid and get their first win.

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