Russell Westbrook mumbled a comment after Laker's loss: "I don't know whose job it is to distribute the ball."
The Lakers are 2-7 on the season so far, a start that many fans and pundits saw coming in the weeks leading up to the opener.
Russ has been great so far, averaging 15.1 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 5.6 assists per game in some impressive minutes on the floor.
Still, that doesn't mean Russ was perfect. This season, as in the last, he showed an aversion to adjustments and to respond. On Sunday night,
"I don't know whose primary role it is to do that, to be honest," Russell Westbrook said of the offensive distribution.When I'm in, I do the best job I can,
Be that as it may, even though Russ is a star quarterback, he is not responsible for who gets (or doesn't get) the ball on offense.
As the Lakers continue to struggle, LeBron James is doing what he can to lead his team and save this season from its death grip.
I know I can lean on the things I've experienced... but it would be like trying to explain to my children what it's like to grow up the way I did.