The Los Angeles Lakers have ranked last in the league in defensive efficiency for the majority of the season, and when watching their games it's easy to see why. They communicate poorly, are prone to ball watching, and don't guard the three-point line.
However, this play against the Minnesota Timberwolves was bad by even the Lakers' miserable standards:
Sorry Roy, all the pointing in the world isn't stopping that score.
The Lakers let
93-year old 35-year old Tayshaun Prince score on a back cut. What a time to be alive.