Byron Scott wants to see better ball movement from the Lakers.
Lakers head coach Byron Scott said that he isn't planning on shaking up his frontcourt rotation despite a lack of rebounding.
Lakers head coach Byron Scott said that he will stick with the same starting five against the Nets on Friday, but he did say that his threshold for patience has lowered.
Coach Byron Scott said the Lakers got into a verbal altercation late in the fourth quarter on Tuesday.
Byron Scott said that he would like for the Lakers to take between 18-25 three-pointers per game this season.
Byron Scott said the Lakers are not going to "just come down and be launching 3-pointers."
The Los Angeles Lakers are happy with Byron Scott as their head coach and are not interested in Tom Thibodeau, according to Ramona Shelburne.
Byron Scott recently revealed that opposing free agents have told him during games that they'd "love to be in LA next year."
Byron Scott will resume his head coaching duties for Friday's game vs. the Raptors.
Byron Scott will not be at the Lakers' games on Tuesday or Wednesday as he will be attending the funeral services for his mother.
Byron Scott again lit into his big men after Sunday's loss to the Hawks for their inability to set screens.
Head coach Byron Scott is reportedly thinking about altering his starting lineup once again.
Lakers head coach Byron Scott admitted to overworking Kobe Bryant earlier this season.
Byron Scott said that he will soon be making a change to the Lakers' starting lineup, but the change will not come Sunday vs. Toronto.