In a matchup of two of the NBA's worst teams, the Lakers came up with one of their worst efforts this season.
They lost to the New York Knicks, 92-80, on Sunday after shooting only 36% from the field and failing to outscore Carmelo Anthony in the third quarter.
Almost everybody was off the mark for the Lakers, who fell to 13-35.
Robert Sacre missed all six of his shots. Wayne Ellington was two for 12. Wesley Johnson was four for 12.
Jordan Clarkson was pretty much the only standout for the Lakers, scoring 19 points by making six of 13 shots, including a long three-pointer in the final seconds.
Nick Young sat out because of a sprained ankle and then Jordan...