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Better shot selection could mean better shooting for Lakers' D'Angelo Russell

Better shot selection could mean better shooting for Lakers' D'Angelo Russell

After most Lakers practices this season, at least when he’s been healthy, D’Angelo Russell stays around to complete his final assignment — 100 three-pointers.

Often, Coach Luke Walton feeds him the ball, helping the second-year point guard work on a facet of his game that has been inconsistent.

The Lakers’ last three games offer a snapshot of that inconsistency — Russell made five of eight three-point attempts on Feb. 28 against the Charlotte Hornets, then two of five Friday against the Boston Celtics and only two of 11 Sunday against the New Orleans Pelicans.

“Working on it,” Russell said, when asked how he decides whether or not...

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