Well, I suppose Kobe is not really done yet.
Our defense was great, I really think we did a good job. The offense was smooth when Kobe was running the show (though atrocious without him on the court). One big problem was that we didn't make a lot of open looks, but we made the right plays (except for Pau's not passing to a cutting Kobe and then launching the 3).
We're spoiled Lakers fans (and I love being one) so losing is never good, but we looked a whole lot better than in the previous four losses. Spurs also deserve a lot of credit on this one.
Kobe was, again, impressive, and Dwight, while he wasn't good on the offensive end, he did a great job on the defensive end. Pau also played good D this time (but he can't get asleep after catching a rebound...).
Steve Blake is a bad player, but we missed him a lot (of course, Nash would be over9000 times better). Morris flat out s**ks and Duhon wasn't able to organize the offense on any level (though this could improve with a little more playing time).
We'll see what happens with D'Antoni, but so far, I feel we're headed in the right direction, it's just been a slow and misguided start (courtesy of Mike Brown).