The Los Angeles Lakers suffered their second loss to the Toronto Raptors this season when they lost to reigning NBA champions 92-107. Despite open eyes, the Lakers shot only 25% of their 3-pointers (10/40).
After the game, the head coach of the Lakers, Frank Vogel, spoke about the loss and the possible reason for so many misses. He was happy with the way his team played on the defensive and wondered if, according to Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet, a lot of energy for misses could have resulted in misses.
Looking ahead, Vogel wasn’t too worried about bad shots. He believed that players would return their shot over the course of the season.