Despite the controversy behind what system to run and the constant criticism Mike D'Antoni has racked up this season for trying to implement a system that didn't match the personnel, the Los Angeles Lakers have been a proficient offensive team.
Ranking sixth in the NBA in points with 102.3 points scored per game while shooting about 50 percent from the field, the Lakers have had no problem lighting up the scoreboard despite their apparent struggles.
While they do have clear chemistry issues, their roster hosts a myriad of versatile scorers that can all score in different ways.
Obviously, Kobe Bryant is their most lethal and versatile scorer. The Black Mamba is still a lethal jump shooter who can take his man into the post as well as driving into the lane and creating opportunities for himself and his teammates.
Pau Gasol is a low-post player with a great jump shot and excellent passing ability for a big man. Though the Lakers struggled initially trying to integrate Gasol and Dwight Howard in their offense, their late-season play indicates that all is well with the chemistry between the two big men.
While Gasol is utilizing the high post to create for his teammates, Howard still is utilizing his physical dominance to run pick-and-rolls, post-up in the low post and attack the offensive glass.
With Jodie Meeks and Antawn Jamison stretching the floor and Steve Nash and Steve Blake acting as supplementary shooters and facilitators, the Lakers have talent on the offensive end.
Though there have been stretches where the Lakers have gone stagnant or haven't been able to score consistently, their talent and the eventual improvement of the team's chemistry has enabled the players to find their roles.
With Howard staking his claim to the interior, Gasol is doing some of his best work this season working from the elbows and utilizing his jumper and high-post skills.
Bryant has found a balance between scoring and facilitating and Blake, Nash, Meeks and Jamison have found their stroke from distance.
With such a myriad of offensive weapons, the Lakers won't have a problem scoring if they move the ball and involve all of their weapons consistently.