VIDEOS: Scott, Russell, Randle, Nance Wrap Up NBA Summer League

Game 5 Collage
The Los Angeles Lakers finished NBA Summer League with a record of just 1-4 on Friday night, dropping a close one to the Utah Jazz, 84-78.

— Think You Know Everything About Kobe Bryant? Take The Ultimate Kobe Quiz! —

D’Angelo Russell had a breakout game, leading the Lakers with 21 points while Tarik Black had 16 points and 10 rebounds. After the game, Byron Scott evaluated the performances of this Summer League squad after watching each game from the sidelines. Russell talks about not being satisfied with his showing through five games and Julius Randle voices his frustrations with not only losing in Summer League but his individual limitations.

Larry Nance Jr. says he’s learned that he needs to be much more active and Jordan Clarkson talks about gaining even more confidence and becoming even more comfortable on the court. It’s all in our videos below.


Byron Scott Evaluates D’Angelo Russell And Julius Randle’s Summer League Performances

D’Angelo Russell Not Satisfied With His Summer League Showing

Jordan Clarkson More Comfortable And Confident After Summer League

Julius Randle Frustrated After Another Loss

Larry Nance, Jr. Says He Needs To Be More Active, Felt ‘Invisible’ On The Court At Times

You May Also Like

Nick Young Gets Dunked On By Dijon Thompson At Summer Drew League

The Lakers acquired Nick Young as a free agent this summer, and…

Lakers Nation Video: Lockout Alternatives, TeamLA Store Sale

Although the NBA has officially entered a lockout with their league and…

Lakers Video: Kyle Kuzma, Brandon Ingram And Lonzo Ball Make Fun Of Each Other At Movies

Between Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma, the Los Angeles Lakers have one of the most talented young…

Lakers Video: Kobe Bryant Trolls Jalen Rose In Hilarious ESPN Commercial

Los Angeles Lakers Lakers legend Kobe Bryant has begun his life after basketball, as he officially retired after the 2015-16 season, going out in style as he scored 60 points in his last career game…