Luke Walton doesn’t chalk up losing to Lakers’ attitude
Losing eight of their last 10 games, the Los Angeles Lakers are in dire need of lift.
Gone are the excuses of health with the team now practically complete as only Larry Nance, Jr. remains on the injury list.
Therefore, the puzzle that is hounding the team right now is yet to be solved and coach Luke Walton doesn’t believe that it’s an attitude problem on the part of his players.
Luke Walton says he doesn't see any attitude problems with players. He chalks latest adversities to learning curve and building habits
— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) December 31, 2016
Despite being a young team, the Lakers are very well-coached, thanks to the new culture that Walton brought along with him from Golden State. If anything, the team may just be entering the reality of their season.
The promising start is now history, and the Lakers are now experiencing the bumpy ride for bottom teams in the powerhouse Western Conference.
The silver lining in all these is that adversity has not gotten the best of their future pieces. The team is growing and it is treading the right direction.