Lakers News: D’Angelo Russell Reveals Best Advice He Has Received In Rookie Season
Lakers News: D’angelo Russell, Byron Scott Split Play Calling So Far
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Through the first 14 games of the 2015-16 NBA season, D’Angelo Russell has already experienced highs and lows with the Los Angeles Lakers. With the Lakers struggling and other rookies having the opportunities to play major minutes, some have been critical of the point guard.

While Russell is still learning to impact the game, he has appeared more comfortable on the court. In the past five games, Russell is averaging 12.0 points, 5.4 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 28.8 minutes.

With a couple days off before facing the Portland Trail Blazers, Russell was asked about the best advice he has been given to manage the long season, via LakersNation.com reporter Serena Winters:

After being selected second overall at the 2015 NBA Draft, there will naturally be high expectations. However, the point guard position is the most difficult to learn, but Russell has shown flashes in pick-and-roll situations.

Despite the criticisms that have surrounded him, Russell appears focused on improving each and every game. Although the Lakers were down by 30 points in the fourth quarter against the Golden State Warriors, the rookie point guard expressed a desire to play through his mistakes in these type of situations. However, head coach Byron Scott wanted to see others play like Ryan Kelly and Marcelo Huertas.

With Russell looking to earn more playing time, it will not get easier for the Lakers as nine of their next 10 games are on the road. As the team is struggling with finding an identity, playing on the road may give them an opportunity to come together and be competitive.

Need to get More assists if playing PG.

  • How could he when everybody is shooting so poorly, ,.Kobe, randle and Clarkson something like 4 of 35 shooting against the Warriors, I haven’t seen a player who can get assist if the team doesnt make shots…So how does he get assist? Kobe and Randle both use up the ckock dribbling to get shots?

  • Can’t get assists when your perfect transition pass to Kobe misses a freaking uncontested layup.

  • a lot of turnovers?? what are you talking about? are you looking at summer league stats? step your game up, kiddo.

  • For the record D’Angelo has made some pretty impressive assists that he makes look effortless
    Shame that they don’t show up on the stats since they’re usually not being converted

  • Bad draft choice for the Lakers. Look who the other teams have from the draft and compare them to him. Their all balling it seems like. Maybe he just needs another year to bust out like alot of good point guards usualy do. Maybe he’s just a bust, wont know till next season.

  • I got the leaked transcript of Byron’s interview with Lakers.

    Mitch: Why should we hire you?

    Byron: Defence. Defence. Defence. Defence. Kobe. Showtime. Defence. Old school. Defence. Olden but Golden days. Defence.

    Mitch: Well, you don’t make much sense but we understand what you bring to table. But you haven’t answered why should we hire you and not any other coach who can teach Defence too.

    Byron: Kobe. Showtime. Kobe. Championships. Old School. Suicide runs. Rebounding. Basics. Kobe. Showtime.

    Mitch: Come on man, you have been saying this since your last 3 interviews. We are very close to hire Mike Dunleavy Sr. So, last time, give us your plan and stop treating us like LA media.

    Byron: Ok, you have taken huge risks with CP3, Nash and Howard trade. Legendary stuff you pulled it off and were favourites to win championships and form dynasty but it didn’t work out. Now you don’t have picks or players or cap-space for Free Agents or Trades. Let me make you an offer you cant refuse. I will give you each and every pick in next 3-4 years which you can use to get good players in draft. Lock them up for long time deals or trade them for future superstars, your choice. You have given Kobe his retirement package as a thank you note. He wont accept it happily and will try to win more games making us lose draft spots. Let me handle him and his ego, making him happy to let you do your work. I have very good track record to get and develop lottery picks and I will do it again. I know this game like the back of my hand. Lakers media will be bombarded with all nostalgic references and showtime and Defence quotes to save them from memories of Da’Antoni era and hypnotize them to our happy Showtime era. I can….

    Mitch: Say no more. you’re hired. Wear black suit and tie, get your buddies, we will start with the Showtime reunion at Monday evening 4. Dont be late, Mister.

    Byron: Punctuality. Work ethic. Defence. Kobe. Showtime. Defence.

    Mitch: Haha, I like you already.

    TRUE STORY.

  • Some are referring to Steph Curry as one of the greatest point guards of all time, while at the same time referring to D’Angelo Russell as a bust. The people calling Russell a bust are overlooking the fact that Steph Curry played 3 full years at Davison before entering the NBA at age 21. Russell played just one year entering the NBA at age 19.
    So let’s compare Steph Curry’s freshman stats at Davidson to Russell’s freshman stats.

    Points per game: Curry – 21.5 / Russell – 19.3
    Field goal percentage: Curry – .463 / Russell – .449
    3 Point field goal percentage: Curry – .408 / Russell – .411
    Assists per game: Curry – 2.8 / Russell – 5.0
    Steals per game: Curry – 1.8 / Russell – 1.6

    Give Russell some time. He may not be a Steph Curry, but he may be better than what many think he will be.

  • Hard to get assists on a team that’s

    A) Shooting so poorly
    B) Has so many other ball-handling players. Randle takes the ball up the court a lot, Clarkson often acts as the 1, even when Russell is on the floor, and he even often defers to Kobe. It’s hard to get assists when you aren’t really given the chance to make plays.

  • PG is the hardest position to learn in the NBA. It took John Stockton 3 years to produce at a high level and he was drafted at 22 years old. Damian Lillard produced in his rookie year but he was 22 when drafted. Okafor’s advanced stats are worse tha DA. However his usage rate is way higher and he plays for a team even worse than LA.

  • Let’s give this kid a chance , heck its only been 14 games , he has been improving. On valid points , true he needs to increase his assist percentage and be more aggressive breaking down defense, defending and when driving to the basket as it opens up options, these things will come hopefully in time. We could get stuck in the past and say we should have drafted Okafor , but this is the situation we are in right now. The only thing I’m concerned about is his aggressiveness as this is a trait a good PG must have and I haven’t seen that killer instinct.

  • Dlo said that he had to spend 6 months in NCAA just to have chemistry in LSU how much more in the nba…

  • of course, Dlo,JC and Randle will be the next “media targets” when Kobe hangs it up

  • Since we cannot get any worse after this blow-out on national TV, why not let Russel truly run the show? As regards to his assist numbers, how can it be better without good spot up shooters to pass the ball to and so many iso plays?

  • I suppose that is a fair comparison, since it does seem like uncontested layups for Kobe are harder then 3’s for other players.

  • Russell rarely passes to Clarkson for whatever reason, even though JC is shooting 47 percent the field.

  • truth be told, Russell is really not an NBA point guard, he looks better when he can get to the elbow an take a shot. The Lakers made a mistake in their evaluation of him which I’m not surprised. As far as the defensive end, he will never be quick enough or fast enough to stay with NBA guards, point or shooting guards. If from time to time he has a decent shooting night, it will not offset the amount of points allowed due to his poor defense.

  • college stats don’t mean squat in the NBA. But If you say DR needs time, how much time? I know by the second half of his rookie season, Steph was getting 25+ pts consistently in the second half of the season (21 out of his 41 games)

    Even if we take Kobe out of the equation and give DLO 15 shots, can he even get 15 pts? DLo getting 1.1 FTA per 10 FGA. The dude just does not want to venture in the paint. Until he does that, fans can’t really hold out hope for any special. Gotta to have the drive.

  • What? Are you confusing Russell with Mudiay? 1.7 turnovers a game is great for a rookie and good for a veteran.

  • it could be better by driving in the lane. Something that JC and Randle are doing. Both of whom have near his assist total. A PG has to drive.

    Hey, I’m for DR running the show, but he’s got to do something with it and one element is taking advantage of his own isos. Most PG relish with those opportunities. It’s when they can break down their man and get in the paint, and if there’s help dish. Right now, DLO requires the screen to get his bread and butter shot in.

  • OK we need to do there following as soon as possible….

    A. Fire Byron Scott, Jim Buss & sadly Mitch. Pay Jerry West $10,000,000. a year to bring the team back from the disaster it is now.
    B. Trade or cut every one of the Vets you brought in except for Hibbert.
    C. Sign players under 25 years of age & bring in a coach that can teach basketball to kids.
    D. If you can do a trade with Okafor for Russel & our 1st rounder back, go for it & include Young in the trade. (Scare if they want him as well as any of the Vets.
    E. If you can bring in Cousins for Randal, go for it, it’s easier to find a power forward then a center.
    F. Kobe needs to call it quits, he is done & is only hurting his legacy & todays team by trying to play.
    G. Win less then 10 games giving us abetter chance at the #1 pick if 76ers deal goes down.

  • Before you expect a 19 year old to step in and lead this team you should look at other young players who came into league without a lot of college experience. IE: Kobe Bryant, his 1st 2 years were ugly. 1st year he had more Turnovers than Assists and only averaged 7.6 points a game. This NBA game is TOUGH, more games, good players facing you every night. This kid will be good once he learns the nuances of the NBA and can go to his right as well as his left, learns to maintain his dribble after he crosses midcourt and keeps moving without the ball even if Kobe sits on it for 18 of the 24 seconds.

  • JB Rooker, I guess you decided not to read or perhaps you can’t read. My comment makes the point that you can’t always tell how good a player is going to be when he is only 19 years old. Steph Curry is almost 9 years older than D’Angelo Russell, He entered the NBA at age 21 after 3 full years at Davidson.

    When Steph was 19 years old, his stats were comparable to what Russell’s stats were at the same age. So by the time that Steph was scoring 25+ points in second half of the 2009 NBA season, he was already approaching 22 years old. Russell is age 19! He has played only 14 games in the NBA.

    Through the first 14 games of his NBA rookie season, Steph Curry averaged 10.1 points per game. Through the first 14 games of his rookie season, Russell is averaging 10.2 points per game!

    No one knew how good Steph would become. In fact, he was the FIFTH guard taken in the 2009 draft behind James Harden, Tyreke Evans Ricky Rubio and even Jonny Flynn. So Russell may not become a Steph Curry, but he does deserve more time before people like you who lack commom sense start calling him a bust!

  • Please no excuses here. He got to grow some balls on d. .to hav some credibility on talking tough..

  • Byron Scott’s Princeton offense is hindering the young players offensive potential. A slow no ball movement , no screens or pick in roll, an how many fast breaks do you see.
    Defensively the Lakers are a joke, the small lineup is a disgrace, but B Scott continues to play small. the Lakers gave up 30 layups against GS the other night, actually the entire season teams are getting layups like there in a practice session.

    This all stems from Jim Buss, he has no clue on how to hire the correct coach for the offensive type talent he has on his roster.
    Jim Buss is the worst President of Basketball operations, GM in the entire NBA.
    It’s to point now I hope the Buss family sells the Lakers, the organization has been Dysfunctional ever since Senior Buss (RIP) passed away.

  • stop being a dramatic queen. you want to start making personal attacks, then we can do the rest of this debate calling each other names. Your call.

    If you plan to use the 19 year old argument as an excuse, then don’t start your argument by using someone who’s older than DR was when he entered the league. Why not try Kyrie irving.

    Again, college stats don’t mean squat. but since you have some delusion that college stats translate to the NBA. Here’s some meaningless stats for you to digest. This #1 overall did this his freshman year in college. 17.4/3 rebs/4 assts. he shot 53% from the field, .461 on 3 pt. FG. So he’s obviously going to be better shooter than Curry right? Again, college stats don’t mean squat. It’s illogical to use it to compare player developments.

    Did I call DR a bust? Did I ask you how much time? How much time are you giving him?? You didn’t say. You want to give him a pass that’s your deal. But don’t believe other people should follow your line of thought. A #2 pick should always be on the faster track than the #7 pick. That’s our expectations.

    So stop with the “can’t tell so and so 19 year old isn’t going to be great” there’s a few 19 year old in this draft who I knew would be great. Towns and Porzingis. Towns doesn’t need his college stat of 10/7/1 to show people that he’s way better than another #1 pick who did 16/8/1 in college. The age excuse is just that, an excuse.

    If you feel so strong about Russell. Tell me one decent PG who doesn’t go to the rim and get free throws as a habit?

  • You can’t take being called out. You didn’t like the college stats so I gave you NBA stats. In case you didn’t read them, I’ll provide them again.

    Through the first 14 games of their NBA careers, Russell and Steph Curry have the same point per game average. Steph averaged 5 assists per game compared to Russell’s 3 assists per game, but Steph played an average of 32 minutes per game compared to only 26 minutes for Russell.

    Russell may never be a Curry, but he does deserve more than 14 games before someone starts dissecting their game. Unlike you, I’m not ready to judge Russell, but you claim to be an expert – WRONG!

  • Called out for what? logic? Nobody should like using college stats as the method to foreshadow future NBA talent. Why should I???
    Read it again Curry was the #7 pick. In case you haven’t realized we picked up DR with the #2 pick, he shouldn’t have the same development arc as someone who’s down in the order. But as long as you’re giving a stat for the first 14 games, why don’t you provide the whole story. Assists? Fg%. Those are also telling as opposed to pick and choose just one convenient stat. Ah screw it. I’ll tell the whole story for you.

    After 14 games.
    DR: 143 pts. 40 assists. 62 rebs. 15 FTA. 18/55 3ptrs. 57/141 FG.
    Curry: 143 pts. 73 assts. 43 rebs. 24 FTA. 15/36 3ptrs. 55/121 FG.

    Curry clearly was ahead of the game especially in the numbers PG need. Curry scored the same with less shots. Got more assists. Shot more FTs.

    I don’t claim to be an expert you did. But like those who have seen tons of basketball talent come and go for over 35 years, seeing how some prospects pass the eye test is easier than others.

  • No one advised him to change that silly hairdo??? Oh man … Change that hairdo, Russ.

  • BS has been playing princeton offense??? But that’s NOT Princeton. That’s BS offense. ExclusiveLY BS!!!

  • What he said. The Princeton is based on ball movement and the Lakers’ are playing iso and PnR.

  • BS said BS. I never listen to BS. Let BS BS the FO into making the Lakers Phillies in the West!!!

  • It is due to the “surprise factor” coming into play whenever Kobe passes to anybody. Are you finally starting to realize what a POS Kobe has become? I feel for the guy. 1 for 14 last game. Maybe we could get Adam Morrison to come out of retirement as an upgrade over Kobe.

    Kobe always promised that when he couldn’t play up to his own standards, he would hang ’em up. Well?

  • Yeah. And if the FO would have made a timely offer to Nash, they would have had an appropriate coach for DR. Spilt Milk. If they dump Byron, I would accept MDA for the rest of the year. This can’t be a money issue anymore, we need that kind of an offense with DR running the PnR and maybe Randle as our Amare’. I am already looking past Scott and Bryant and Buss—but from here to there, it is all misery.

  • We can go back and forth as much as you want, but at the end of the day, it is way too early to predict how D’Angelo Russell will fare in the NBA – plain and simple. When the people who evaluate professional talent for a living say that it can take up to 3 years to know for sure what you have in a point guard, I’m more likely to believe them instead of you. The professionals are relying on decades of experience and advance analytics. You’re offering just a hunch based on your “eye test,” which in my book counts for nothing. Like most others, I can’t predict how Russell will pan out, but I’m certainly not going to jump to conclusions after just 14 games simply because he doesn’t drive to the hoop as much as some might like.

    You’re foolish to think that professional sports teams like those from the NBA and NFL don’t consider college stats as part of their evaluations in foreshadowing future talent. I guess you don’t read pre-draft statistics or watch any of the pre-draft programming. If you did, you’d understand how misinformed that sounds. If pre-draft stats don’t matter, then how do pro teams decide who to draft 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and so on? Coin toss, personality, college grades? Analytics alone don’t necessarily guarantee fool-proof success, but they are an important element to consider in the overall process.

    You’re also completely foolish to dismiss the age of a player, their college experience, and their physical and emotional development at the time they enter the NBA. If you look at the top point guards currently in the NBA, most were age 20 or older when drafted and most had played at least 2 years in college.

    Damion Lilliard – 4 years college
    Steph Curry – 3 years
    Isaiah Thomas – 3 years
    James Harden – 2 years
    Russell Westbrook – 2 years
    Chris Paul – 2 years
    Kyle Lowry – 2 years

    Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight each played 1 year at Kentucky, but neither was a high draft pick and you didn’t really see them become stars until their 3rd year in the league.

    D’Angelo Russell is only 19 years old and had played only 35 games out of high school before he was drafted. With respect to how Russell compares to Curry 14 games into their respective NBA careers, I would say that Russell stats aren’t too bad.

    Minutes played per game: Curry – 30 / Russell – 26
    PPG: Curry – 10.2 / Russell – 10.2
    FG%: Curry – 45% / Russell – 40%
    3 Point FG%: Curry – 42% / Russell – 33%
    Assists: Curry – 5 per game / Russell – 3 per game
    Turnovers: Curry – 3 per game / Russell – 2 per game
    Rebounds: Curry – 3 per game / Russell – 4 per game

    Over the their first 14 games, Russell has taken one more shot per game than Curry, and played fewer minutes. In his rookie season, Curry played in Nelson’s guard-oriented scheme with at least two other scoring guards on the floor at the same time – (Monte Ellis, Steven Jackson, Corey Maggette, or Anthony Morrow) Ellis, Jackson, and Maggette were also slashers who definitely drew the attention of their opponents. As the rookie among the three, you would expect defenses to give Curry the better looks and you would expect him to have more assists and a higher FG percentage.

    Russell is playing with Kobe in Byron Scotts’ “old-fashioned 1980s scheme,” with players who won’t or who don’t know yet how to move the ball. Under those circumstances you would
    expect Russell to have poorer shot selections, fewer assists, and a lower FG percentage.

  • man, that’s some kind of essay. props to you for taking the time but honestly I didn’t read it all. Maybe I’ll dissect it and comment later but for now. I’l say this. My eye test has given me projections of these players, to name a few, being stars:

    Paul the #1 overall over Bogut. Cousins as the #2 behind Wall. Drummond being the #4 overall. Porzingis as the #2 overall talent. So whatever GM that didn’t see as I did, they should evaluate their methods. Cuz they were flat out wrong to bypass those studs.

    I’ve also made the right call on some garbage bin players – Monta Ellis, Ibaka, Lin, patty Mills, Whiteside. I knew those dudes had talent. it ain’t that complicated to see skillsets. Fan picks are unencumbered by the whims of those calling the shots. Sometime owners don’t see real talent cuz they’re stuck in a mindset they can’t break – for instance Don’t draft 18 yo. Don’t draft Euros. etc.

    here’s another eye test. Dennis Smith Jr. I’ll go on record as him having an all-star career after he comes out.

  • “When the people who evaluate professional talent for a living say that it can take up to 3 years to know for sure what you have in a point guard”

    For your information, the professionals that you’re talking about explicitly did not want to have a guy that “needs 3 years to develop.” That’s the reason they gave for not taking Porzingis. So much for that theory. But if you want to give the guy 3 years, you’re completely in the minority.

    “You’re also completely foolish to dismiss the age of a player, their college experience, and their physical and emotional development at the time they enter the NBA”

    So was I dismissing Towns’ or Porzingis or Kyries’ age and life’s experiences. The foolish one is the one who only sees that only his chosen player deserves the age excuse. Pure Homerism. You want to know about emotional development? Most people agree that it comes from family life.

    – Towns father is a coach. Towns is a well adjusted young man.

    – Okafor’s Father Chuck, made some mistakes early, but became the most influential person in Jahill life because Chuck, one day made a decision that “life isn’t about him anymore. ” Became the best Dad he could be.

    – Porzingis, on the other hand, had parents who were athletes. A brother who was a pro. His life was basketball. Ideal emotional development.

    – Now, your guy russell. Guess what his dad was caught and arrested a few months ago for? A father figure with that kind of lifestyle? Not ideal emotional development in any book.

    As far the college stats. You’re still dumfounded? So let’s clear something up. I didn’t say they don’t use it., I said they don’t use it as THE method. Some numbers are intriguing, and the levels of competition convolute everything. but You know what they use? The eye test. The pre-draft programs you thought you saw, you know what they use, the eye test. The stats are to support that eye test, not the end all.. it’s freaking idiotic to use a secondary or even teritiary method to use on a draft selection. BTW. Those professionals when they have a prospect in for a workout. They’re using their eyes, not the stat book. If you didn’t believe, the eye test was exactly what got West enamoured with Kobe. High School stats like college don’t mean squat either.

    Now all the PG names you mentioned? young, old, whatever, Guess what they do as PGs? Drive to the lane. If you think DR is some generational PG who doesn’t need it, he’s going to pioneer the perimeter game. you’re wrong. Curry is that already and he goes to basket with regularity. Without the ability to drive, DR will be nowhere near curry despite your feeble attempts at throwing out stats as if those are the keys to D’angelo catching up. BTW. Curry had 121 FGA attempts after 14 games. Maybe that’s why you think they’re on even keel.LOL.

    You obviously don’t know what to look for in watching a basketball. Maybe you see the lights and people running around and think it’s fun to watch. Had you observed analytically, you’ll notice The thing that often dooms our team is points in the paint. Most of the time by a PG. So if ours can’t or won’t do that, we have a problem.

    Still it’s hilarious when idiots call those who get it right, foolish. But what the heck, man. Enjoy the games. Watch Russell shoot jumpers. Check out the cheer leaders, cuz that’s all you’re going get out of it.

  • You have a one-track, “stuck-in-the-mud” mindset to go along with a point of view based mostly on opinion and almost completely void of facts. A mentality based in narcissism that has you believing you are smarter than the people who are experts at what they do. Keep believing that. I won’t waste any more time debating you. If you want to judge players based on your “eye test” and determine their long-term potential, be my guest. There are plenty of others on blogs like this who you can debate!

  • Again calling someone stuck in the mud when they’ve made the right choices comes. Only idiots call out names against people who are right.

    How is stuck in the mud even in the equation. Just this year, I took a lot of crap by going to bat for Porzingis. He’s precisely why you are wrong. In order to see what Porzingis had to offer, one has to have a proactive mind, got to have to have the insight of a years and years of watching and so far on the right track.

    Phil’s basketball adviser from his Chicago days agrees. He’s old school, eye test before all. I’m sure you think he’s stuck in the mud too. And that’s the hint. I didn’t get all the information myself, professionals like him helped me shaped my opinion. For Porzingis, I did lots of research – watched his draft bio on several sites, watched his games, listening to his interviews to see how he handles himself, listened to those around him – what Dirk’s coach said about him, what Americans playing in Euro league said about him. They all say there’s noone like that before him.

    I’ve also put Russell a little bit thru that ringer, and he doesn’t seem to have a great foundation, family life and all. If I’m stuck in the mud, how much research have you done? But here’s some freebee red flags for you.

    1) This From his high school coach. -“He really liked to play, but he needed to compete harder and needed to listen a little better to do what we were trying to get him to do.”

    2) This from his Ohio days. – “Russell gets lazy as a defender and doesn’t put in enough effort to keep himself on the court, causing a lot of headaches for coach Matta as he tweaks with the rotation of his players.”

    And this is precisely what we’re seeing, He’s not competing hard on the floor. His defensive woes, right on. How’s that for the eye test. No chance I let my leader on the floor be the laziest guy. No one said that about Curry.

    One track mind is one of the funny coming from a someone who believes that college stats are a precursor of things to come in the NBA. Dumbest thing I’ve ever heard.

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