Kobe Bryant has an idea why the Lakers are struggling right now. After last night's 107-102 loss to the Clippers, Dwight Howard was asked for his perspective on why their crosstown rivals are performing so much better than the Lake Show and here's what he had to say:

"Look at the difference between our team and theirs," Howard said. "They just play together. They share the ball. Everybody's excited when something happens. We have to be like that to be a great team."

Play together? Share the ball? Um, we know he has Steve Nash and all, but Howard realized that infamous ballhog Kobe was still on the Lakers when he got traded to the team over the summer, right? Are things already starting to fall apart in L.A.?      

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[via Deadspin]