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ClutchPoints 5 hours ago
Luke Walton praises Lonzo Ball for shotmaking during big moments

Luke Walton praises Lonzo Ball for shotmaking during big moments

After suffering one of their most disappointing losses of the season at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers two days ago, the Los Angeles Lakers bounced back with a 107-100 win against the Chicago Bulls to stay alive in the Western Conference playoff race. The Lakers were led by sophomore playmaker Lonzo Ball, who had […] The post Luke Walton praises Lonzo Ball for shotmaking during big moments appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Jan 15, 2019
How long should the Lakers wait for Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram to become stars?

How long should the Lakers wait for Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram to become stars?

The Los Angeles Lakers are finding life without LeBron James to be more difficult than they thought. Coupled with the injury to Rajon Rondo, the Lakers have a leadership void and a giant-sized superstar vacuum that need to be filled. While Kyle Kuzma has shown that he is moving towards filling one or both spaces, […] The post How long should the Lakers wait for Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram to become stars? appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 12 hours ago

Ball scores 19 as Lakers deal Bulls eighth straight loss

Lonzo Ball scored 19 points, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope added 17 and the Los Angeles Lakers won for just the fourth time since LeBron James' groin injury, beating the reeling Chicago Bulls 107-100 on Tuesday night.
OC Register Jan 14, 2019
With LeBron James and Rajon Rondo sidelined, Lakers have struggled to find vocal leadership

With LeBron James and Rajon Rondo sidelined, Lakers have struggled to find vocal leadership

In the absence of James and Rondo, Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and Kyle Kuzma are considered the most critical players for the Lakers, but while they're trying to pick up on-court production, they've had just as difficult a time being the vocal leaders the team needs.
Lakers Nation Jan 15, 2019
Lakers Player Of The Week: Michael Beasley Provides Much-Needed Spark Off The Bench

Lakers Player Of The Week: Michael Beasley Provides Much-Needed Spark Off The Bench

Michael Beasley has always been a talented but enigmatic basketball player. Fans tend to focus on the fact that Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball are former No. 2 selections...

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