Russell Westbrook is by all accounts getting the vast majority of the intensity as the Lakers can't make 3-pointers, yet the Lakers' concern is its program.

Russell Westbrook didn't make an effort in that frame of mind to the Trimmers, yet he demonstrated basic on protection with five takes.

Westbrook missed six of his 3-pointers in Thursday's down.

It was a microcosm of the two most concerning issues confronting the Lakers this season: Westbrook and shooting.

Endlessly time again Thursday night, the Lakers devoted stayed quelled as the gathering kept on shooting.

Furthermore, missing. Furthermore, shooting. Furthermore, something different is missing. There were an adequate number of blocks that the Lakers could offer themselves as a framework project.

Through the initial two rounds of the time, the Lakers have shot almost 19 for 85 from 3-point range (22.4 percent).

That was a major calculate Tuesday's season-opening victory misfortune to Brilliant State and Thursday night's 103-97 misfortune to the Trimmers.

In an association where profound shots have developed from unusual increments to the main thrust of contemporary scoring.

This late spring, the Lakers let all the more impressive shooters like Wayne Ellington and Malik Priest walk.