The Los Angeles Lakers suffered their second defeat by the Toronto Raptors this season, as they lost 92-107 to the reigning NBA champions. Despite getting open looks, the Lakers shot just 25% of their 3-pointers (10/40).
After the game, the Lakers head coach Frank Vogel talked about the loss and possible reason of so many missed shots. He was pleased with how his team played in defense and wondered if spending much energy on the defensive end could have resulted in missed shots, per Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet.
Looking ahead, Vogel was not too worried about poor shooting. He was of the opinion that the players will bring their shot making back as the season progresses.