LeBron James wants to see the Los Angeles Lakers get Marc Gasol more involved going forward.
James (26 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists) and Anthony Davis (34 points and 11 rebounds) guided the Lakers past the San Antonio Spurs 109-103 in the NBA on Friday.
Gasol attempted just one field goal in his 20 minutes, while finishing with eight rebounds and three assists.
James hopes the Lakers can use the 35-year-old more often as the season progresses.
"I just think playing through him a lot more. When we do that, we're very good because his ability to see the floor, pass the ball, he does some special things out on the floor," he told a news conference.
"When he's on the floor, we have to do a better job of not playing much pick and roll with him setting the picks but more just letting him kind of play that point four or that point centre position at the top of the key, letting offense flow through him because he makes just great decisions.
"We're going to get him more involved because he's going to be a big part of what we do, we know that, he showed that already this year against Minnesota.
"We want to continue to just get him and Dennis [Schroder] and Trez [Montrezl Harrell] and Wes [Matthews] acclimated to what we want to do and go from there."
The Lakers (4-2) face the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday.