LA Times: By the time practice finally ended and the Lakers trudged off the court Friday, they were fewer in number than when the session began, and those who remained were more than slightly fatigued.
The morning after the Lakers were pummeled by the Clippers, they were hit by an inability to finish off a drill that led to extra running -- a lot of it.
If there's such a thing as the dog days of the exhibition season, the Lakers might be feeling it.
"We had a little challenge for them today, and it took a while for them to meet the challenge," said Coach Phil Jackson, alluding to a drill in which players needed to score a certain number of baskets in two minutes.
The Lakers are 0-2 in exhibitions after a 107-80 loss Thursday to the Clippers, and they're still figuring out a few details. Can Lamar Odom be a primary ballhandler? Is there room in the frontcourt for both Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum?
Key questions remain unanswered for Laker
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