Lakers Coach Byron Scott Says "Patience Is Running Thin, "Close" To Changing Lineup

The Los Angeles Lakers were dominated by the Golden State Warriors in all facets of the game on Sunday night, falling 136-115 after what was simply a lackadaisical defensive effort at Staples Center.

Per Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News, head coach Byron Scott has seen enough of the jogging that stuck out like a sore thumb on Sunday night, calling out the team during his postgame press conference:

In Scott's eyes, the problem on Sunday came from a distinct lack of effort by the team's bigs in their battles against Andrew Bogut and the Warriors' front line:

With the loss, the Lakers fell to 1-9. That's just a half-game better than the NBA-worst Philadelphia 76ers, who are the league's only winless team at 0-9.

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