Excellent Live News At present, as the NBA regular season comes to an end, all participating teams are working hard to win more games to help the team
Achieving a higher ranking makes the competition more exciting and attracts countless attention.
At the same time, the player dynamics off the field are also worthy of attention.
Today, the Lakers challenged the Eastern Youth Road Magic in an away game. Davis, who gradually regained his form, scored 18 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 blocks efficiently, and led 5 teammates to score in double figures, and finally defeated 114-103
The opponent ended the four-game losing streak.
Although the three-game losing streak ended, the Lakers were not happy because another insider in the team was dissatisfied with the coach’s rotation arrangement and complained publicly.
In this campaign, Davis is undoubtedly the team’s winning hero, but Harrell, who played as a substitute, also contributed a lot. He played 22 minutes and 51 seconds and scored 18 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals in 7 of 10 efficiently.
But what he said after the game made the team atmosphere into an embarrassing situation, and he was still worried about being hidden by Xue Zang in the last game.
After the game, Harrell was blunt when asked about coach Vogel’s adjustment to the center rotation. He said: “It depends on your own ability, whether you can become a big player. After all, I am still a worker.”
Previously, Harrell was scheduled to rest in rotation, and the explanation given by the coach was to allow the other two centers to find a better state.
Obviously, Harrell was dissatisfied with being assigned a rotation for no reason.
It is worth mentioning that since Drummond joined, Gasol Jr. is also dissatisfied with the rotation arrangement and has publicly complained many times.
In an interview before, he said that the rotation is the coach’s business, and I am just a part-time job.
Obviously, Gasol Jr. revealed a strong resentment in his words.
This season, Harrell averaged 24 minutes per game, scored 14 points and 6.6 rebounds, and shot 62.1% from the field. He is the most passionate player on the Lakers.
Signed a two-year $19 million contract with the Lakers during the offseason last year, of which the second year is a player option.