The Lakers offense has been one of their biggest concerns so far this season. There have been stretches where the offense has been relatively nonexistent, and a lack of movement and ball rotation has doomed the Lakers to several bad losses.
On Wednesday night against the Los Angeles Clippers the Lakers saw a little more production from their offense. However, there were still multiple plays throughout the game where the Lakers offense didn’t run as effectively as it should. Often times the players spent too much time standing around motionless rather than cutting and moving without the ball.
Our friends over at BBallBreakdown spent some time analyzing the Lakers offense against the Clippers, and found several areas where they played well and several other specific instances where improvement is needed.