After the Los Angeles Lakers suffered the sixth-worst loss in team history Saturday, falling 118-78 to the Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena, coach Byron Scott said his players were “scared” and “in awe” of Oklahoma City.
“Those guys looked like they were scared tonight or intimidated by[Kevin] Durant and [Russell] Westbrook,” Scott said, referencing the two Thunder stars. Scott added of his players, “They didn’t play well at all and really just got embarrassed by the way we played tonight.
Source: Baxter Holmes of ESPN
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