LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers believes that the team’s unselfishness is creating more bad effects than good ones.

Per Ryan Ward of ClutchPoints, James addressed the team’s turnover problems in the last two games. In their 83-90 win over the Utah Jazz, they lost the ball 23 times. James himself had five turnovers. And in their recent 108-104 loss to the Orlando Magic, the purple and gold had 18 miscues, six of which belonged to James.

Going into specifics, LeBron James admits that there are times when he should’ve held onto the ball instead of passing the rock to a teammate. He observed that most of their turnovers occur when they’re on attack mode.

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19 games in, the Lakers rank 26th in turnovers with 15.9 per game. Ironically, they turn the ball over more at home with 17 a game as compared to road games at 14.8 per night. November hasn’t been kind to them as for the month, they’ve been turning the ball over 16.8 times per contest.

Yet despite this jarring problem, the Lakers sport an 11-8 record for seventh place in the Western Conference. They have won seven of their last 10 games.

It’s still a pretty decent record given that the purple and gold are still figuring each other out this season. It’s a good sign that this early, they’ve identified the problems, its causes, and the instant remedy to it.