Danny Green scored 21 points (7-of-12 from three), grabbed four rebounds and blocked a shot in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 104-111 loss against the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday night at Fiserv Forum. The Lakers, who never got in front after the first quarter, dropped to 24-5. After the game, Green talked on their back-to-back losses:
“Just because it happened this one time doesn’t mean that we can’t keep it going the rest of the season. Obviously facing two tough teams, but it doesn’t mean that we can just forget about it and think that it’s OK to continue to lose two in a row.
From here on out, we want to continue to get back in the winning column, get a win streak and not lose two in a row ever again. And hopefully we’re playing our best basketball going into April, May and June,” Green said, per ESPN.