A complete renewal of the Los Angeles Lakers roster during this past off-season required teams to create a new system to take advantage of the rostered players. One notable change is the addition of Russell Westbrook, who takes the position of the starting point guard and frees him from LeBron James’ playmaking obligations.
After losing to the Golden State Warriors, James said, “This year we have introduced a whole new attack system and have been working on that practice.” “The training camp started, as I said, for all of us, with a new look and what we’re trying to do, just placing guys in different places on the floor is aggressive. Is to adjust.
“As I said, it will be a process for us, but I think it’s better in the long run. It keeps the ball moving from one side to the other, with a pass rather than a dribble. Move the ball.
“Obviously, we welcomed downhill attackers to Russ, K-Nan, me, Taren, and those who can do it. We all have an offensive involvement. I’d like to make sure. Keep the ball moving from one side to the other to keep the defenses away. We’re handling it right now, and that’s a good thing. The process is It’s all. “
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LeBron James talks about Lakers’ new attack system
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