LeBron James put it on himself to adjust his game without Anthony Davis following the Los Angeles Lakers' 96-94 loss to the Miami Heat.
James finished the game with 19 points on 7-of-21 shooting, his worst shooting percentage of the season.
"I think that's what it all boils down to, and right now is another challenge for me, to be able to adjust. Not having AD for a long period of time is something that we haven't had over the last year and a half, and now it's time for me to adjust again and see ways I can be even more effective to help this team win ballgames," said James.
Davis will be out four weeks, according to team doctors.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope said the Lakers' role players need to help James out as much as possible without making mistakes or turnovers.
"We try to help him out as much as possible, and we want to do it as perfect as possible, as we can. We try to help him out, we try not to make too much mistakes when we're on the floor with him or even running a play with him, just to give him some help. We do ask Bron for a lot; he gives us a lot each and every game," said Caldwell-Pope.