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Lakers' new head coach Byron Scott imagines new role for Kobe Bryant on team — Sep 05, 2014

Lakers' new head coach Byron Scott imagines new role for Kobe Bryant on team — Sep 05, 2014

Lakers' new head coach Byron Scott imagines new role for Kobe Bryant on team — Sep 05, 2014 A Martinez interviews Lakers head coach Byron Scott in his office ahead of the 2014-2015 season Credit Jacob Margolis The new head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers - Byron Scott - grew up in Inglewood just southwest of Los Angeles He went to Morningside High School which is right in the shadow of the Fabulous Forum the former home of the Lakers and there almost wasnt a day in his life when he didnt at least see the arena once a day It was a constant reminder of what his goal was to one day play for the Lakers Scott went off to Arizona State and was eventually drafted by the San Diego Clippers who then made his dream come true and traded him to his hometown Lakers A Martinez recently sat down with Coach Scott for an extended interview about being chosen as the coach for the team where he wants to take the team and how he plans on handling Kobe Bryant Byron you grew up in Inglewood youre an L A kid You went to high school a couple blocks away from the Forum at Morningside High School What was it like growing up in L A at that time that close to where the Lakers played It was great If youre a Laker fan it was even that much better I was a big Laker fan and obviously a big basketball fan so going to school right down the street being able to see the Forum every now and then in passing and know that all these great players were playing there and having that dream and that hope of being there one day it was unbelievable Being a hometown boy and being able to witness some of these great players playing it was very special for me What was it like seeing the Forum every day What it motivation like I want to get there someday Oh no doubt about it You know every time I walked passed it or drove passed it or whatever the case may be that was the motivation I wanted to play there and being that that was the place to play that meant that you were playing in the NBA and that was a dream of mine You went to Arizona State you got drafted by the Clippers but then traded to the Lakers hometown dream here Describe the moment when you found out that you were going to be a Los Angeles Laker Well you know what that was probably one of the greatest days of my life You know as a 21 year old getting drafted by the Clippers I didnt think it was that bad because it was in San Diego obviously it wasnt that far from home I was telling my mom and dad they could all come down to San Diego and watch me play And then getting the news from Jerry West just him calling and saying Were trying to make a trade for you today I was so excited about that just to talk to a legend And then when the trade finally went through I cant tell you how I felt I just was in awe I felt like I was dreaming to get a chance to play my first NBA game with the team that I admired and an organization that I loved so much It was a dream come true Magic Johnson was already there Kareem Abdul Jabbar was already there they had already won two championships they had gotten the Showtime Era started already what was the first day of practice like The first day of practice I was thinking it was going to be fun and just a lot of running up and down but those guys made it tough for me the first day of practice You know Magic wasnt real happy that this rookie was coming in and Coop Michael Cooper was the same way and Kareem never really said much and James Worthy was really the only guy that spoke to me on a continuous basis because it was his second year So the first day of practice was totally different than I thought it was going to be It was a lot harder that I thought it was going to be but I also had that feeling of Man Im playing with Magic Im playing with Coop Im playing with all these guys that I have been watching on TV for so many years You mention all those names Laker legends some of them Basketball Hall of Famers What was the feel of the organization like at the time Well the feel was about championships You know I mean thats what they were playing for They had already won like you said one or two before I got there so every year going into the season it was about winning championships So when I stepped on the scene you know as a rookie thats one of the first things that Magic instilled in me is that You know we dont look at Western Conference Championship or finals we look at winning championships and thats what this organization is all about and thats what we are all about And that was their agenda it was nothing individually it was all about the team and I learned that very quickly Were you at least a little intimidated playing next to Magic Johnson I dont know if I was intimidated more than I was probably in awe You know I mean I watched him on TV and just saw the way he played and how great he was on the floor So I was probably more in awe than anything just being able to be on the side on that left side or on that right side of him and watch him direct and give us the ball in the right spot so you can just catch and shoot it It was just a treat to be on the same court with him You wind up playing 10 seasons with the Lakers you win three championships The city of Inglewood calls itself the City of Champions and you had a big part in that At that point youre retiring or youre not playing basketball anymore did you think What else do I have to accomplish here Did you achieve your dreams Well I did I was able to play in the NBA I was able to play with my favorite team with my favorite organization but I think we all still look back and say Man I got three rings I probably should have had five You know theres probably a couple of them that we felt we let get away But from the start of the whole journey to where its ended up I think I was blessed to be able to achieve what I was able to achieve and play with the organization for as long as I did and win three championships There are players who get in this league and never get to a finals let alone win a championship So I know I was very blessed Your last season as a player was the 1996 1997 season and I remember that year because it was a huge transition year for the Lakers organization for the franchise The year before Magic Johnson had his one-year comeback and then that year the year that was your last year was the first year for Shaquille ONeal and an 18-year-old named Kobe Bryant What role did you play on that team with Shaquille ONeal and Kobe Bryant No one knew at the time what was going to come Right Well my role was to be a leader in the locker room show that experience and that work ethic on the floor to show these guys what it takes to be champions and to be a mentor as well And off the bench for then-Lakers coach Del Harris was to come in and do some scoring but the biggest thing was to supply the team with that leadership And I had a young guy named Kobe Bryant that I was able to kind of take under my wing and talk to because I saw greatness in this kid from day one So Del made it pretty clear to me that This is what we need you to do and it was a role that I really enjoyed It wasnt hard for me to take that role because I had been in that organization so I knew what it was all about It was really easy but we had two guys that were studs in Kobe and Shaquille ONeal So I enjoyed playing with that team as well Taking on that role did that spark your interest in coaching or had you always had that You know I never really thought about coaching until I was 32 years old and Larry Brown told me that he thought I would be a real good coach one day and Pat Riley had told me that six years before that and I really just forgot all about it So at that particular time I had started thinking about coaching I didnt know if it would materialize but it was something that I started thinking about three years before I started playing with these young guys because it was one of those things where you say OK when Im done with basketball because this is going to end pretty soon what are you going to do with your next life So I did start thinking about it three or four years before I met Kobe and before I played with him and Shaq And then I was able to get involved in it Sometimes players are really good that have achieved a lot of success they dont make the best coaches because they dont have a lot of patience So for you to become a coach youve had a lot of success how was it like to try and have that patience that a coach needs to have Well it wasnt that hard Ive always been very patient as a player and as a person in my personal life and things like that as well so it wasnt that hard for me to understand that everybody cant do it the way we did it back in that day and they dont have that same drive the way we had They dont have that same tenacity So you have to understand people are just different And I thought when I got into coaching that that was probably one of the first things that kind of hit me was that OK a lot of these guys are totally different than we were They dont want the same things as we did It was a totally different generation as well so it didnt take me long to understand that you know players are different in this era than they were back in our days And you have to adapt if you really want to get into coaching Around 2000 you became coach of the New Jersey Nets You took them to back-to-back finals you didnt win but still you got them to be Eastern Conference champs Now a few years later in 2004 Phil Jackson left the Lakers you also didnt have a job at that time Why didnt that Laker-Byron Scott relationship happen then I dont know I really dont know I think timing is always everything It just didnt happen for whatever reason I think I ended up going to New Orleans and taking that job I dont regret that one bit because I had this young guy named Chris Paul that I got to know real well and a couple other guys Tyson Chandler and David West But it probably wasnt just the right time I meant thats how I really look at it It just wasnt the right time for me to be here in Los Angeles and I still needed some more experience and I still needed to learn some more things about the coaching I dont think Ill ever learn everything there is to learn about coaching because if I do then its time to retire So it just took me on a different journey but again I dont regret that move at all So how are players different now than when you played with Magic and Kareem Well again I think their mentality is different Back in those days everybody was all about the team at least the team that I played for You know it was no hidden agendas A lot of these players today No 1 Theyve been given a silver spoon with this AAU stuff so by the time they get to the professional level if you have a coach like myself who is pretty demanding and he jumps on them they cant handle that you know because theyre not used to coaches yelling at them or screaming or whatever or correcting them Whereas back in our day it was more of coach said Do this we did it Now you say Guys I want you to do this its more of Why You know laughs Why should I do that coach So its just a different mentality than it was in the 1970s and 1980s Im not saying its good or bad its just a totally different mentality Well you had Pat Riley who was very very demanding You also had Magic Johnson on the floor who essentially was as demanding as Pat Riley So the dynamic was certainly a lot different but how do you handle todays young players considering you background and where youre from I just be who I am And theyre going to have to learn to handle it one way or another Laughs You know the one thing Ive found out as a coach is the one thing you do have control over as a coach is their minutes And once you can start delegating minutes or taking away minutes from certain guys because theyre not doing what you want them to do they all of a sudden start getting on the same page as you you know once they feel that they dont have the power that they thought they did So Ive always went into every situation just saying Hey be who I am as a coach Im a coach thats going to correct you that has a lot of discipline but Im very dedicated in what I do and I want my players to be the same way So I just stick to who I am So youre not impressed with Coach Im trending on Twitter I gotta play No Im not impressed with that at all because I dont know what Twitter is You know Facebook all that stuff Im still old school So you said maybe you werent ready for that Lakers coaching job back in 2004 What makes you ready now I think timing I think timing This is an organization right now that understands that its always been on the top And if it hasnt been its a one-or two-year period you know then boom Were back up there But this organization has always been about championships Its always been about winning And theyre at the point in time right now where pretty much its rock bottom for this organization And for me to come in here an ex-Laker whos been there whos won championships who knows what it means to wear the purple and gold who has that pride in this purple and gold its a perfect time to come in and instill that in these guys and get them playing the type of basketball that I know were capable of playing and get this organization back to where we all know it should be which is championship form On April 30 Mike DAntoni resigned as the coach So they had a vacancy there It seemed like it took forever to hire you three months for them to hire you Did you wonder What are you guys doing Why is it taking so long Because it seemed like all signs were pointing toward you You know what I never questioned Mitch Kupchak and Jim Buss They told me from day one This is going to be a search were going to take our time We might not hire a coach until after summer league And I said OK You were good with that you were OK with that Yeah I didnt have a problem with that I was still working with Time Warner I probably wouldnt have worked at all I was still having fun you know going to work out every day seeing my grandkids seeing my daughter and my sons So I didnt have a problem with that at all The thing that made it that much easier was the fact that they told me that from day one that this search is going to take some time that were not going to rush into anything So from day one I knew what was going on and then periodically we kept in contact and so I knew I had a good chance at it and I always knew in my heart that I was the perfect fit for the job especially at this time So I just said to myself again Be patient and well see what happens You never got nervous Annoyed Like When is this going to happen already No I never got nervous I think that the last meeting that we had I just told Mitch Listen its Wednesday Im leaving town Saturday Im going to be gone basically the next two-and-a-half three weeks So if you make a decision you got my number give me a call let me know whats going on But not at any point did I ever feel nervous or anything I just kind of said Hey whatever happens happens But the Lakers they moved they signed players they drafted a couple players wouldnt it make more sense to hire the coach and then work with him to see what kind of roster a coach would need Well I know they thought about doing that but they also just wanted to put a roster together themselves they felt they had a pretty good idea of what they wanted the team to look like I had no problem with that Again pretty much every move they made they would call me and ask me What do you think about it So I would give my opinion Because I was following it obviously extremely well So you kind of were coaching Laughs Yeah I guess I was Laughs So I would just give my opinion and then go from there So all the moves they made like I said I thought were some great moves The two draft picks were great Getting Jeremy Lin and keeping all the flexibility for the next two years I thought was fantastic Carlos Boozer was another steal as far as I was concerned so I thought the moves were great I would just give my opinion and hoping alright sooner or later youre going to call me and say Youre going to be coaching this team and Ill be like Alright good because I know these guys pretty well Last season you were an analyst for Time Warner Watching Laker games analyzing them breaking them down They had the worst season in over 50 years in Los Angeles What happened I just didnt think they had an identity I know Mike DAntonis identity really is on the offensive end But in this league obviously you got to score more points than your opponent But you have to have some type of system on the defensive end to at least slow people down and not allow them to just score at will as well So I thought from a defensive standpoint is where it all kind of started I didnt think they players bought in on the defensive end everybody was kind of like This is going to be offense so I can let my guy go and if he scores were going to get a chance to score back on the other end You cant win championships in this league or in the NLF or in baseball by trying to outscore people on a night-to-night basis That just doesnt work because that comes and goes On the defensive end if you have a system and the effort is there every single night that gives you a chance to stay in the games that gives you a chance to win at the end So thats what we have to implement back into our system Have you told your guys that you plan to play a lot of defense this year Oh yeah Ive text guys Ive had other guys that Ive text tell the guys that theyre with you know Let him know that this is how its going to be and were going to play defense every single night and the response has been good has been great A lot of guys right now are a little afraid because of training camp and theyve heard about my training camps So right now Im kind of smiling on the inside just getting ready for our training camp What are those training camps like Whats the fear of Byron Scott Theyre tough A lot of running A lot of running and a lot of defensive drills I always believe that if teams are going to beat us theyre going to beat us because theyre better that night and not because theyre in better shape not because theyre tougher Theyre going to beat us that night because theyre better that night than we are So I pride myself on making sure were one of the best conditioned teams in the league and that were going to execute on both ends of the floor And to do that you have to have discipline and dedication and thats what we plan on doing What about the Laker brand Because it seems to me that it just doesnt carry as much weight as it use to not as much weight as when you were playing It seems like L A used to be able to just have their pick of whoever they wanted and now it seems like no ones even looking toward L A Well I think guys are still looking I think theyre also just looking at the situation as well If they can go somewhere else and they have a better fit and a better chance of winning thats probably what theyre going to do I think the Laker brand is still one of the best brands in all of sports and like I said before the times that the Lakers have been down it doesnt take them long to get back up And I see that happening here as well when this team will be back to that championship form in a few years You so identify with the Lakers do you take it personally when someone says Hey the Laker brand isnt what it sued to be Very much so Like I said I have a lot of pride in that purple and gold and a lot of respect for it and I have a lot of respect for the Buss family So I take it real personal when people are dumping on the Lakers or we have fans and I know we dont have a whole lot of fans its probably a very minute number of fans that jump off the band wagon because its not going as well as they think it should go but yeah I take that very personal Now youve known Kobe Bryant since he was a teenager since he first got to the league You were on the first team he played on with the Lakers When it comes to Kobe Bryant hes been in the league a long time a lot of miles on those wheels How are you going to get him to relax To just sit down once in a while Yeah Kobes his own man We know how hard he works we know how driven he is But I think hes at the point too where hes so much more mature and he understands that he only has a few more miles left on that body you know maybe two maybe three years And I think hes probably more acceptable to accept the fact that you cant practice every day There might be some games where you cant play this game or that game But thats all to be determined We have to sit down before training camp and go over some things because I cant have him going twice a day in training camp Thats what the young guys are supposed to do Hes been here long enough and understands his game better than anybody here what it takes to win I got to use that knowledge that he has as well Im going to treat him like hes an assistant coach as well as a player Whats your relationship like with him Its great Its great Weve got a great relationship weve been texting each other all summer you know just talking and talking and talking Weve visited a couple times in person He came in about three weeks ago so we keep in contact His biggest thing right now is to get these guys up to speed and make sure theyre all on board with what were trying to do We both have the same thought process as far as what it takes to win His first words to me were We gotta play defense And it just brought a smile on my face because thats exactly what we have to do Its gotta be defending first and if we can rebound that ball second then we can get up and down the floor So let me bring up a scenario here Say theres a game on the East Coast went into double-overtime and Kobe played a lot of those minutes And then youve got a game the very next night You notice that maybe hes not moving around so good is it going to be easy for you to tell Kobe Bryant Were going to have to limit your minutes tonight Maybe you take a night off Yeah its going to be easy but its going to be hard to probably have that happen Laughs But again hes so competitive he wants to win and I do too But I dont want to win at the expense of having my one of my guys get hurt And sometimes like I said were going to sit down me and my trainer have already sat down already started talking about the amount of minutes Kobe should probably play going into this season And I have to stand fast on that I have to make sure that when hes up to those minutes thats it no matter what the game situation is as much as I want to win as much as he wants to win Im not going to sacrifice his health to try to win games Hows that moment going to be like though Because Kobe has this intimidation thing happening for him Youve known him since he was a kid but hes a guy thats won five titles hes considered one of the greatest of all timeHow do you stand fast as you say Well first thing I aint never been intimidated by anybody so that wont be a problem But hell have to know from me and Ill tell him afterwards when I say No you cant go in I love him as a person I love him as a player and again Im not going to sacrifice his body just to try to win a game Your co-tenant at Staples Center is the Clippers Theyre young theyre fun theyre exciting theyre a title contender Some people are saying that maybe theyve chipped away at the Lakers popularity in Los Angeles Are they a threat to the Lakers right now I would say theyre a little bit of a threat yeah and theyve probably chipped away at it a little bit But this is still Lakertown this is still purple and gold and it will probably always be purple and gold and well be right back up there in the next few years right where they are and I think its going to make for a great rivalry in this city But this is still Lakertown Weve got 16 banners I dont think they have any yet So I think they still have a ways to go to take over the city of Los Angeles Is it good though for them to be as good as possible Is it good for the city for the sports fans for the rivalry I think so I think so And any of the players on both ends that dont want that type of rivalry theyre really not that competitive then You want to have the team next door to you be great so that when you play them you get up for them just as much as they get up for you So I think its great to have that type of rivalry Is there anything youd like to tell Doc Rivers Any message youd like to send to your Clipper head coach counterpart Well I think the first message is Doc he knows how I love him Hes a good friend a great guy I want to tell him congratulations on the new contract deal extension Hes an executive as well he deserves that But I also want to tell him Doc were going to be coming back So just because you guys are the top team in L A right now just watch out Were coming back So technically even you admit that theyre the top team in L A Theyre the top team in L A Theyre our championship contender team And right now I think everybody in L A looks at us as a team in rebuilding So I would have to say yeah theyre the top team in L A Laker fans arent very realistic though They dont like to hear what you just said right there Well what I said is what Im hearing is that this team is in rebuilding mode Like I said it wont take long I think we have team assembled this year that can go out and surprise some people Now a lot of experts dont think the Lakers are going to surprise many people They think theyre not going to make the playoffs and that would be the first time since 1976 the Lakers would go back-to-back seasons without a playoff appearance What could Laker fans expect out of this team this season Well you know the one thing I wont do is put any expectations on our guys as far as wins and losses But what I can tell our fans is that this team will play hard every single night it will be a different brand of basketball than theyve seen the last four or five years this team will compete every single night especially on the defensive end and it will be a much more physical tougher team than weve had here in recent years But on the offensive team this team will be a team that still looks to get up and down the floor when we can and if we dont were going to be a pretty good half-court team as well You know I was just thinking about it you and Doc Rivers a couple of African-American coaches for an NBA team in Los Angeles Thats never happened Yeah thats kind of pretty cool I never thought about that Laughs But thats pretty cool you know to have Doc over at the Clippers and myself here in Los Angeles He played for the Clippers I played for the Lakers So I think thats a pretty cool turn of events Alright head coach Byron Scott thank you very much for spending some time with us Thank you guys I appreciate it
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