LeBron James: Lakers coach reveals ONE fault that surprised him ahead of Pacers clash

That is the verdict of Lakers coach Luke Walton, who thought the Lakers would have an abundance of pace throughout the season.
The Lakers slumped to a 177-85 defeat against Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night, with James managing just 14 points.
Four-time MVP James has previously admitted he is to blame for the Lakers' high turnover and deficiencies in offence.
While Walton hailed his side's efforts so far, he pinpointed pace as a major problem.
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When asked whether his vision of the Lakers has been matched by what has happened this season, Walton said: 'Some of the slower pace as of late I wouldn't have anticipated.
'I thought we would would play pretty fast all season.
'Due to injuries and other circumstances, we have started to slow down a little bit with our offense and turnover.
'Nothing has surprised me as far as what is going on.
I thought we would would play pretty fast all season
Luke Walton
'We have got a new group of players who are going to run into different bumps in the road all season long.
'It's about getting over those together and continuing to be a better team.
'I feel like we've done a really good job.'
When asked why the Nuggets coasted to victory against the Lakers, he said: 'I think [the Nuggets] were more aggressive at rebounding but they had it scattered around.
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'A lot of the offensive rebounds came off jump shots, they were firing it around a lot.
'We have been pretty good at rebounding but tonight was just one of those nights.'
James is back in action against the Indiana Pacers on Friday at 3.30am (7.30pm Pacific).
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