It’s easy to see that D’Angelo Russell is comfortable and confident in what his game can produce.
The summer league has become Russell’s personal playground and the site for all three of his exploits has been Thomas & Mack Center.
Russell was back at work again Monday night, delivering a masterful 22-point first-half performance before finishing with 26 points in the Lakers’ 78-65 victory over the Golden State Warriors that pushed their record to 3-0.
This summer was supposed to be about the breakout of Brandon Ingram, the Lakers’ No. 2 draft pick.
But so far, it has been mostly about...