Kobe Bryant: ‘I’ll Have to Talk to My Guys and See What’s Going On’

by January 29, 2012

The Lakers fell embarrassingly to an injured Bucks team last night, with their road record dropping to 1-7 and their confidence dropping below zero. According to the LA Times, Kobe Bryant, who continues to put up decent numbers through the drought, is wondering what’s going on: “The Milwaukee Bucks were without two key players, but the Lakers looked undermanned in a 100-89 loss Saturday at Bradley Center. They continued their pathetic performances on the road, falling to 1-7, and set a team record with their 13th consecutive game under 100 points. Not since 1953-54, the season before the shot clock, have they been this futile. Kobe Bryant played well in a staggeringly high 42 minutes, but Pau Gasol reverted back to shrinking status by making a woeful six of 18 shots. … ‘I’ll have to talk to my guys and see what’s going on,’ he said of the Lakers’ road woes. ‘Myself and Coach Brown, we’ll have to sit down and think of what’s going on and how we can be a much better road team.’ With 20 games gone in a 66-game season, they better figure it out soon.”