Laker Players Doubting Mike Brown?

by March 08, 2012


After the Lakers’ 106-101 loss to the Wizards, Andrew Bynum told media that Mike Brown, inventor of the LeBron Iso, may not that good of a coach. Via ESPN: “The Lakers’ problems, however, run far deeper than Bynum’s effort level in the team’s loss to the Wizards, according to sources close to the situation. Bynum publicly invited the bulk of the responsibility for the Lakers’ second straight loss to a lottery-bound straggler from the Eastern Conference, but sources told ESPNLosAngeles.com this week that there is growing concern among some Lakers players as to whether first-year coach Mike Brown and his staff have the X-and-O wherewithal to fix a Lakers offense that is averaging its lowest per-game point total (94) since before the advent of the 24-second shot clock in 1954-55.”