Discussion in 'Other NBA Talk' started by Mainstreet, Apr 16, 2017.
He's a Laker, that alone is reason enough to want him to fail miserably.
But actually the Lakers are a better team so far when Ball is not on the floor and Ingram is still bad with occasional flashes, Ingram can't shoot.
Kuzma is their best piece but a terrible defender and long-term upside who knows.
For those who can not see the tweet
Per Tom Haberstroh
Adjusted for Pace per 100 possession:
14.3 points, 9.9 assists, 9.8 rebounds.
Last 5 to do that were
Lonzo Ball so far in January: 11.8 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 7.0 apg, 3.0 spg, 43% FG, 37% threes
This quote from the article sums up the main issue with Lonzo and Lavar, glad it's being called out now but surprised it's taken this long...
It should be as simple as that. Lavar could continue to squawk off to the media but his words won't carry any weight and the press would start to ignore him.
Lonzo Ball in first five games back from injury: 12 of 19 from three-point range. Lonzo in the five games since: 8 of 42 (4 of 29 in last four). I’m super curious to see what kind of shooter he is over the course of time. (Also, story going up soon on Isaiah Thomas’ Lakers life)
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