It turns out the Lakers' playoff adjustments go beyond Xs and Os.

Kobe Bryant will also alter his approach, and it will have nothing to do with shot selection, facilitating or playing better defense. With the Lakers' star nursing a season-ending torn left Achilles tendon, Bryant said he won't tweet when the Lakers play Game 2 of their first-round series Wednesday against the San Antonio Spurs at AT&T Center.

"To tweet or not to tweet. I CHOOSE not 2," Bryant wrote Monday on his Twitter account. "Focus should be on the team not my insight."

His tweets garnered inevitable attention during and after the Lakers' 91-79 Game 1 loss to San Antonio. Beyond his stature, Bryant also provided honest, albeit biting, commentary regarding the Lakers' poor play. One of the persisting themes: Bryant wished the Lakers found a better way to get the ball to Pau Gasol in the post.

"What I would say if I was there right now?" Bryant wrote in one Tweet. "Pau get ur (butt) on the block and don't move till u get it."

When informed about Bryant's tweets, D'Antoni said "it's great to have that commentary" before rolling his eyes. D'Antoni then called Bryant a "fan."

Bryant then tweeted, "a fan? Lol" and added the hashtag #microphonetalk.

In subsequent tweets, Bryant maintained he hardly took offense to D'Antoni's comment. But he didn't seem thrilled on how this morphed into a story.