As one of the school’s most prominent current NBA players, one would expect Lonzo Ball to have some opinions on UCLA’s coaching search, and that is the case.
At least for the moment, Lonzo Ball has wrestled the Los Angeles Lakers’ starting point guard job away from Rajon Rondo.
Lonzo Ball is working his way back from a knee injury and has already impressed Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton.
Much ado has been made about Lonzo Ball’s unorthodox jumper, and now one of his former teammates says he does not think the shot can be fixed.
Los Angeles Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball will undergo arthroscopic knee surgery, the team announced.
The Los Angeles Lakers have bolstered their backcourt by agreeing to a deal with Rajon Rondo, and there has been some talk that he could potentially start over Lonzo Ball in the wake of Ball’s
The King is headed to Los Angeles to join forces with the Big Baller Brand, and Lonzo Ball could not be happier about it.
Lonzo Ball and his camp may be doing all they can to keep him in Los Angeles.
News broke Friday via Yahoo Sports’ Shams Charania that the Lakers guard suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee.