Byron Scott’s mouth has gotten him into a lot of trouble over the last few days. Between his thoughts on keeping the minutes of rookie guard D’Angelo Russell limited in an attempt to help his development as a player to his, um, “hacked” Instagram account, it’s been a weird stretch for the Lakers’ coach. It also doesn’t help that the team hasn’t been great – Los Angeles is 9-41, good for last place in the Western Conference and the second-worst record in the NBA. But on Tuesday, Scott finally said something that can probably be agreed upon by everyone when he was asked about Kobe Bryant’s future.
Byron Scott Says Kobe Wouldn’t Make A Good Coach Because He’d ‘Kill Somebody’
Uproxx | Feb 3