The Lakers are on the brink of having the worst season in franchise history, even worse than last season's 21-61 campaign that set the low-water mark.
But through all the struggles, Lakers Coach Byron Scott says he has maintained a positive approach.
Scott's view is that there will be better days ahead for a team that was 8-31 before Tuesday night's game against New Orleans at Staples Center.
"I go through my ups and downs after games before I go to bed," Scott said. "But when I wake up, to me it's always a new day. It's always a day to get better as a coach. It's always a day to get our young players better. And that's how I kind of view...