The shooting guard is yet to be part of a winning team since returning from an eight-month absence with an Achilles injury last weekend.
The 35-year-old told ESPN: "I'm not worried about it, to be honest with you. We've seen worse. We forget kind of what we had to go through last year. I'm not really too concerned about it.
"I think our heart is in the right place. I think I saw a lot of positive things tonight, we just got to put it together for longer stretches. We'll be fine.
"Once I start playing a little bit more, that number is going to go up. The points will go up. I'm not too concerned about that. I think the most important thing is our flow and how we play and how we manage the game. My points, I can always put the ball in the hole."
The Lakers' three-game losing streak, including a 122-97 thrashing by the Oklahoma City Thunder last night, has left them 13th in the Western Conference.