Lonzo Ball Rumors

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Lonzo Ball
Lonzo Ball
Position: G
Born: 10/27/97
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:190 lbs. / 86.2 kg.
Salary: $6,286,560
Ball and Kuzma were said to have had an understanding the song was purely for entertainment. Nonetheless, the Lakers reportedly asked the players to scale back on their presence on social media and scale back with the extracurricular activities. It’s a sentiment Hart voiced to ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk: “We are 22, 23-year-old kids, we are just taking little subtle jabs and that kind of thing,” Hart said as he and LA Chargers defensive end Isaac Rochell hosted a free screening of “Uncle Drew” for 200 local youth from local nonprofits like Brotherhood Crusade, Boys and Girls Club Venice and The Right Way Foundation in Los Angeles. “It is nothing more than that. We are all close off the court. And that is all it is, just messing around, having fun. We are cool off the court, we are cool on the court. That wasn’t anything.”
To some, LaVar Ball’s boasts about Lonzo Ball being better than Stephen Curry, LiAngelo Ball being the best shooting guard in the 2018 NBA draft and LaMelo Ball being the best thing since sliced bread (in so many words) may seem nauseating. To Hall of Famer Gary Payton—whose own son, Gary Payton II, played with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2017-18—the Big Baller Brand CEO is merely doing his best to support his sons, as is his wont. “This kid came out of UCLA, and his father put him up here, which his father should’ve done. That’s a father, whatever it wants to do, that’s a father who wants to market his son,” Payton said during an appearance on FS1’s “Undisputed.” “He markets all his sons. That’s what he should do. I don’t care. He does it the way that people don’t like it. So what? That’s him.”
LaVar went on to demonstrate (and denigrate) the Lakers’ supposedly lax approach to coaching Lonzo, as only he can, before suggesting what he would do. “Me, I would’ve told him, ‘Hey man, put the ball in the hole and quite f’ing around. If you’re gonna play, play. If you not, don’t even do nothing, but let somebody else just pass the ball, man,’” the Big Baller said. “They don’t do him like that.”
Storyline: LaVar Ball Quotes
The Los Angeles Lakers have spoken to Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma about toning down their social media roasting of each other following a rap diss track that Ball released on Kuzma this week. Though Kuzma and Ball are close friends, the Lakers had grown concerned about the increasingly personal nature of some of the recent roasting between two of their young stars, sources told ESPN.
1 week ago via ESPN
The back and forth ribbing went on throughout their rookie season, escalating from tweets and Instagram posts to Kuzma’s recent Bleacher Report “Player Hater of the Year” Award video making jokes at Ball’s expense and Ball’s response with the track titled “Kylie Kuzma” released on Monday. The track included a lyric about Kuzma’s lack of a relationship with his biological father. Kuzma was raised by his mother, Karri.
1 week ago via ESPN