Dwight Howard staring at teammates after their defensive gaffes.
Mike D'Antoni leading huddles that featured multiple players fragmented and away from the group.

Kobe Bryant shooting and shooting and shooting.
Just 10 days after the Lakers looked like a bonded team in their best road victory of the season in Indiana, they dropped back into their early-season mode of not doing the little things that make a team work together and lost to the Golden State Warriors, 109-103, on Monday night.
In a familiar refrain this season, the Lakers only tried harder once they were already being embarrassed.
Apparently the previous two games – losses to also-rans Phoenix and Washington – weren't enough to get the Lakers' attention. They lost their third consecutive game, their second since Bryant's return from the left ankle sprain that limited him to advising teammates beautifully in Indiana.
Bryant scored 36 points but shot 11 for 27 from the field a game after D'Antoni came away steamed at the Lakers' lack of ball movement in their home loss to the Wizards. The differing rhythm in the offenses was noticeable in Golden State shooting 43.5 percent on 3-pointers to the Lakers' 23.1 percent.
Bryant stressed the need for improved execution, especially in team defense, saying: "I don't think it's time to get emotional. Just got to maintain our poise."