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James Worthy loves a good old rant and last night was no exception.
After the Lakers had their worst loss (statistically) in franchise history against the Clippers last night, Worthy went off during the post-game show on Time Warner Cable: SportsNet.
And, as usual, the Lakers legend was critical of the team’s defense, so much so that he actually suggested that the team no longer practices anything offensive-related.
“Don’t practice offense anymore,” Worthy said. “I mean, I’m not seeing any strategy coming defensively.”
However, the three-time NBA champion did then admit that he had no knowledge of what goes on in Mike D’Antoni’s practice sessions.
“I don’t know what they practice, I’m not there,” Worthy said. “But I’ve been watching this all year long. It’s the same. They haven’t improved, they haven’t gotten better at anything.”