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Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “He doesn’t necessarily love being here 30 minutes earlier than everybody. But he does it,” Scott said. “When practice is over, he stays on the floor and gets more shots up. He works on his game. You have to love that about him.”Well, except for one thing. Despite the video of Russell’s half-court shot going viral, Scott did not consider the feat that difficult. “If you do it everyday for about 20 shots,” Scott said, “obviously you’re going to make one sooner or later.” Summer plansIt might be a good idea for any of the Lakers’ young players to hold off booking any vacations in July. Scott hopes that Russell, Julius Randle, Jordan Clarkson, Larry Nance Jr. and Anthony Brown all play in summer league roster for the second consecutive year.“I would think they would want to play just for the fact we won only one game,” said Scott, referring to the team’s 1-4 record last year. “You’d want to come in and say we’re a much better now than we were then.”Randle sounded unsure if that will happen. But he understood the reasoning.Said Randle: “It’ll build chemistry for the guys.”Injury updateLakers guard Lou Williams expressed optimism he will return on Sunday against New York after staying out for the last week with a strained left hamstring. “It shows that innocence he still has. I don’t want that to go away just yet,” Scott said chuckling. “When we start practice, he’s serious. He works. As long as he can separate the two, I’m good.” Last month, Scott revealed he granted a bigger role to Cleveland guard Kyrie Irving than Russell their rookie seasons because Irving was “a little bit more mature” with his work habits. Scott also argued Irving “didn’t have any weaknesses offensively” before winning the NBA’s Rookie of the Year honors in the 2011-12 season. Meanwhile, Russell has worked before and after practice as well as 2 1/2 hours before each game. But Russell has often concluded his sessions attempting half-court heaves or one-handed 3-pointers. “He works harder in practice now,” Scott said. “The light for him has come on. Before we start practice he’s a little bit of a clown at times, which is fun and great. But when we bring it in and we start practice, he’s serious.” Scott said that “offensively, D’Angelo is playing at a very high level.” But Scott asked more from Russell defensively, something Scott recalled Irving also experiencing hiccups. Scott added it became an adjustment both for Irving and Russell to arrive to the gym early. Well before he dazzled the crowd with pinpoint passes and timely shots, D’Angelo Russell performed another feat that would have sent nearly everyone into a frenzy. The Lakers’ rookie point guard made a half-court shot after performing a situp prior to Tuesday’s win over Orlando.“He was just so joyful that he made it,” Lakers coach Byron Scott said before Thursday’s game against Cleveland at Staples Center. “I wasn’t real impressed.”Scott sounded more impressed with Russell striking a better balance with both his “playfulness” and improving his work habits.