Less post touches is part of Dantoni's offense. I agree that ball movement is key, but Kobe is usually content with not shooting the ball much earlier in the game. I wouldn't mind Dwight getting lots of touches earlier and Kobe handling more of the load in the 4th. This all went down the drain after the losses kept mounting up though.
When the lakers are actually playing well and blow out a team which is rare, the ball movement is actually quite good, but in those instances, the lakers are actually shooting well to begin with. Even Nash's first game back, the offense was just so much more fluid, but that only keeps up when the lakers are shooting well as a team.