Lakers, Lebron, Kouzmin Ingram discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
Have anybody to compare to him, but you're going to have to hit perimeter shot because when you don't do that, then you're going to get to the whole take high percentage shot. As a result, you're going to be taking chances, not only dribble penetration, but what, how you pass the ball and because. As you're going to do that, you're going to see more mistakes than you than you would prefer, and that's where the Lakers will get hurt. But if you're hitting those permits shots, it spaces the floor better and gives other guys room to operate. So that's what I look at when I'm talking about three point shooting and how they've got to get that together because I think it's going to be pivotal to their success. And I think that rapport, Lincoln Magic Johnson in all likelihood are going to have to go out and get another shooter and you're going to see Josh Hart, get utilized the more and more because I think he's put everybody on notice the, here's somebody that deserves if commits his team. Stephen, a Smith, joining us in the morning, show Stephen as you watch the game last night in, you know, obviously there was a lot of not necessarily a lot of turnovers, but there were turnovers in a game where it seemed like it was easy passes is just miscommunication on the Lakers part. How long will it take you think for the Lakers get all on the same page while listen, you know you like. It definitely needs to be before April, which obviously will be, I think. And I think by the time Christian's rolls around the new year, I think you'll see them after up significantly and it's not just about LeBron is the combination of LeBron with Rondo on the court and then mentally LeBron with Rondo and Magic Johnson. I think that the Lakers are in a unique situation where you have guys upstairs that can teach the game, and then you have guys on the floor that can peel from that and further teach the game. Usually you have one or the other. In this case you have both. And so when you look at it from that perspective, I definitely think that helps a lot of guys and it's not like everybody needs it. Kouzmin Ingram just have to hit shots. But in the case of of Lonzo he's learning as he goes along containers call, we'll poke to some degree is learning how to fit in because you have so. Many bodies around you. He's going to have to play a different role every night, but he's also gonna have to figure out a way to get going because they need his offense. You gotta score in the Western Conference, you ain't gonna win games scoring in the eighties or the low nineties and tell you that right now you're going to have to put up and in order to do that, there's a level of aggression that LeBron is going to have and he'll figure that out, but he's going to have to have an elevated level of aggression and you're gonna have to get perimeter shooting to space the floor for your other non shooting guards to make things happen. That means Ingram, whose heart are going to be pivotal to the team's success. Let's not a little bit about Ingram Stephen, because in the second half particularly started to take the ball outside a little bit hit. Some of those pull up jumpers and things like that, didn't hitting two three pointers as you mentioned over four. But I, I have him as my most improved player selection. I think he's going to average over twenty points a game when it's all said and done, and kind of slide into that. Natural number two behind LeBron, how could you think Ingram can be over the course of the season?.