After two days of training camp, the Los Angeles Lakers have had nothing but nice things to say to each other. Everyone is ready for the best year of their career, is in amazing shape, could be special, or has been nothing but a joy to be around. It's great that everyone on the team is getting along, but how do we get the real story?
To paraphrase the great Rasheed Wallace, "tape don't lie," so luckily for us, the also great Serena Winters of Lakers Nation was able to get nearly six minutes of behind the scenes footage of the Lakers' scrimmaging to wrap up their first practice of the two the team took part in on the second day of their training camp at the University of Hawaii. Give it a watch if you want to see Roy Hibbert forcing turnovers by walling off the paint, Jordan Clarkson and D'Angelo Russell hounding their backups with full-court pressure defensively, and Kobe Bryant's own loud defensive communication: