I googled this words, but didn't find much. I read this sentence from a news source:
Fans will recall Mack's use of upward of 10 different starting lineups during the 2016-17 season.That resulted out of necessity and inconsistency – injuries and a six-game losing streak forced his hand in shuffling and reshuffling the starting lineup.
Is is "[resulted out of] necessity", which I would probably interpret as "result from necessity", or "result [out of necessity]"? Out of necessity means "because it is necessary", but what does resulted out of necessity mean?
This sentence reads confusing to me on several levels. It has been suggested that it could be interpreted as "That resulted out of necessity and resulted inconsistency..." However, result is an intransitive verb and can't take a direct object.