LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers have put together the worst offense in the NBA so far in the bubble. Wednesday's 19-point loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder said a lot about the state of the team, as the Lakers have become too reliant on James and Anthony Davis to carry the offense.

When asked about the Lakers' offensive woes, The King hinted at some trouble in paradise with a cryptic answer … even after the purple and gold clinched the top seed in the West earlier this week:

“It’s just some things that you can’t control that’s here, that I really don’t want to talk about, that’s off the floor,” said James, according to Joe Vardon of The Athletic.

The answer wasn't transparent enough, so James was quizzed about what he meant — given there are very few distractions in a bubble environment.

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Vardon wrote down what he thought LeBron meant and showed it to him, only to get a quick “hell nah” in reply before a longer answer:

“This is a totally different situation than any other situation that I’ve been in in my career, so I have zero experience with having the number one seed inside of a bubble during seeding games playing in August,” said James. “This is all a learning experience for all of us and we’re going to take it day-by-day and continue to work on our habits, either on the floor, during the film session, when we’re able to get on the floor as well. But this is a totally different season, a totally different drastic situation for all of us, including myself.”

The Lakers have been building a house of bricks during their stay in the bubble, and that's shown with the lowest offensive output thus far (99.7 points per game). Some even argued the team has taken its collective foot off the throttle now that the top seed is locked down, but the Lakers could see fits against the Portland Trail Blazers if they don't shake off the rust within the next four seeding games.