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Byron Scott may continue to experiment with a Brandon Bass/Ryan Kelly frontcourt

Byron Scott may continue to experiment with a Brandon Bass/Ryan Kelly frontcourt

Lakers Coach Byron Scott hasn't committed to starting rookie point guard D'Angelo Russell, taken with the team's second overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft.

That's not the only rotation question he's facing.

On Monday, Scott indicated that he'd like to play nine to 10 players on a regular basis.

The starters will be Kobe Bryant, Jordan Clarkson, Julius Randle and Roy Hibbert. If Russell does play with the starting group, look for the Lakers to back him up with rookie Marcelo Huertas. Scorers Lou Williams and Nick Young will back up Clarkson and Bryant.

Scott may not go with centers Tarik Black and Robert Sacre behind Hibbert, choosing instead to go with a frontcourt...

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