“We can’t just turn it off and on, Bradley said, via Lakers Nation. “We’re not good enough for that yet.”
The Lakers (9-10) have played more games at home than any other NBA team, yet they sit below .500 entering Wednesday’s game at the Pacers.
Granted, they’ve been missing LeBron James for a large chunk of the early season. Between a sore ankle, abdominal strain and one-game suspension, he has appeared in just eight games.
Yet they are 1-3 on their current trip out East, and never led (despite several opportunities) in the loss to the Knicks.
As Bradley mentioned, the Lakers “ran out of gas” in the fourth quarter — which actually has been a season-long theme.
“We have be better,” he said.
For more on LA, check out our post, Lakers’ uneven ways wobble on in loss to Knicks.