Another practice has ended, one of countless many D'Angelo Russell will experience if the Lakers are right about him.
Before he walks off the court, he has some chores to erase from a list. He grabs a bunch of loose basketballs and places them in aluminum racks. He stoops over to pick up half-empty plastic bottles, at least a dozen of them, and tosses them in a large can. There aren't any towels to gather up, as far as he can see.
This is life as an NBA rookie, whether drafted second or 42nd overall.