How many minutes Montrezl Harrell played when the Lakers lost to the Suns on Tuesday was just one of the big talking points on the team
On the way to their matchup against the Phoenix Suns on Monday night, the already understaffed Lakers were dealt a few more punches in a season of punches, and then they took another as the final score of 114-104 fell
First, with Anthony Davis already out, Marc Gasol had to sit out due to the NBA’s health and safety protocols related to coronavirus (the team doesn’t know when he will be back yet and details are little known) Shortly before the start, Kyle Kuzma was also declared unavailable due to a bruise on his right heel that held him in place while warming up, and to make matters worse, Alex Caruso later left the game after experiencing neck cramps
Despite all of this, the Lakers were still able to play most of the night against a Suns team that had largely overtaken them but ended up doing both the math game behind Phoenix ’22 and their own Lean Options fell victim to the bench with three rotation players In a game that ended up being full of reservations, was there anything worth taking away from it?
On this week’s edition of Talk-O Tuesday – a podcast from Silver Screen and Roll – our hosts Alex Padilla and Alex Regla tried to find out
First, Alex and Alex recapitulated the team’s loss to Phoenix, then discussed Frank Vogel’s rotation decisions and the team’s cold shooting before concluding with a discussion of whether the Lakers’ complaints would ultimately be completely resolved once everyone is completely healthy are
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