LeBron James Reveals Massive Adjustment For Lakers After Loss to Warriors

LeBron James has come out with a massive adjustment for the Los Angeles Lakers after their recent loss to the Golden State Warriors. Funnily enough, the Golden State Warriors will be the first team that the Lakers take on in the regular season as well. The season is set to start on October 20th. It will be interesting to see how the Lakers come out once the real games start. Because, as of right now, they are not looking very good in preseason.

LeBron James recently talked about the woes that they are having.

“We pretty much have got a whole new offensive system this year that we’ve been working through over our practices since training camp started,” James said on the recent struggles. “It’s an adjustment for us offensively, just having guys in different positions, having guys in different places on the floor with our new look and what we’re trying to do.”

LeBron James Reveals Massive Adjustment For Lakers After Loss to Warriors

“It’s going to be a process for us, but I think it will be better off for us in the long run. It keeps the ball moving from one side to another,” James said. “Not much with a dribble but more with a pass. And obviously, we’ve got downhill attackers with Russ, K(endrick) Nunn, myself and Talen.”

Westbrook has been struggling mightily so far in the preseason. For what it’s worth, though, he is still excited to be here.

“Being from LA, you always wish that you could play for your home team,” Westbrook said. “That’s definitely something that always circled around in my mind. Maybe one day? But I always would come back and be like, ‘Ah, that probably won’t happen.’ I just had to wait and see. But now that we’re here, I’m going to take full advantage of it.”

“LeBron is one of the best players to play this game, and his ability to do everything on the floor allows me to just figure it out,” Westbrook said. “I’m coming to a championship-caliber team, and my job is to make his game easy for him, and I’ll find ways to do that. As it pertains to ball-handling, it really doesn’t matter. There’s many different ways you can impact the game without having the ball in your hands. I’ve been able to do that for a number of years, and we’ll figure it out.”