Lakers Vs Pelicans VIDEOS: Jordan Hill Crashes Xavier’s Media Scrum

The Los Angeles Lakers lost to the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night, scoring a season-high 60 points in the paint. After coming out lackadaisical and being down by as many as 21 points, the Lakers managed to pull it within four in the fourth quarter but weren’t able to come out with the win. After the game, Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni discusses why he’s decided to play Robert Sacre over Jordan Hill and Chris Kaman. Plus, whether he may start Jordan Farmar moving forward. Xavier Henry talks about how he felt in his second game back and how the team has changed since before his injury. Henry also describes how it felt to dunk in the game again and Hill joins in on his media scrum.

Kent Bazemore, who had a career-tying 23 points explains how he’s evolved as a player in just his seven games as a Laker. Pau Gasol admits the team is scrambling and answers questions about D’Antoni’s small ball philosophies. Check out our Lakers post-game videos below and don’t forget to subscribe to our Lakers Nation YouTube Channel.


MIKE D’ANTONI: On Playing Robert Sacre Over Jordan Hill And Chris Kaman, Whether Jordan Farmar May Start

KENT BAZEMORE: Talks His Development As A Player Since Becoming A Laker

XAVIER HENRY: On How The Team Has Changed Since Before His Injury, His Dunk, Plus Jordan Hill Joins The Media Scrum

PAU GASOL: Says Team Is Scrambling And That There Is No Ideal Situation

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