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Russell Westbrook on Lakers stagnating in offense: “It all depends on who’s got the ball at the top”

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The Los Angeles Lakers were unable to win the second game in row as they were beaten by the Philadelphia 76ers on the road. LeBron James was out for the visitors with a left knee soreness but Anthony Davis took over the scoring load with 31 points.

After the game Lakers head coach Frank Vogel talked about how his players are sometimes stagnant in offense when the team is not successful. Russell Westbrook, who had 20 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists, was asked about this issue as as well.

“It’s just our positioning on the floor,” Westbrook said postgame. “It all depends on who’s got the ball at the top, who’s running the point, who has it, who’s orchestrating the game can determine what spots, what plays to be called at the right time. Things like that.”

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