Also the other thing is a lot of teams above us have had the easy sub 500 schedules since Japago love to talk about how you gotta beat the 500 teams to get in and such.
Here's some info.
So its up to us now to take advantage of the easier schedule. If those teams above us start faltering cause they finally get the tough kind of schedule we've dealt with up until this point, what does that tell you?
Like I said, the schedules always even out. There's a reason Golden State dropped from top 3 to bottom three and why Utah once considered out of reach is now in striking distance.
The fact we've had the 3rd hardest schedule in the NBA even with all our injuries turmoil and things to adjust to says a lot.
It also says a lot that the teams that got gimmie schedules to start the season are beginning to fall now that the schedule gets rougher while ours is getting easier.
And gque saying we "always lose to bad teams" we just went through an entire month losing(hopefully) only to one..
I mean Lakers in general every season lose to bad teams regardless if they have a good team or a bad team. This season is no different. 1 stretch of gms doesnt equate the entire season. keep it all in perspective