Lakers Look ‘Really Good’ Without Lonzo Ball In Summer League | SportsCenter | ESPN

The SportsCenter crew discusses Lonzo Ball sitting out with injury and the success the Los Angeles Lakers’ Summer League team had without him.

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  • SmallBallSucks
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    This from the LATimes August 23, 2016, on Lonzo bombing in the Australia UCLA exhibition:

    "There also were the expected first-game gaffes from a player who had averaged a triple-double during his senior season at Chino Hills High. Ball missed six of nine shots and couldn’t connect on an alley-oop pass from Aaron Holiday. He finished with nine points, four assists, two steals and two blocks. 
    Ball also was upstaged a bit by his fellow freshmen. Power forward T.J. Leaf led all scorers with 21 points on 10-for-18 shooting and snagged nine rebounds. Forward-center Ike Anigbogu showed some might inside with two consecutive dunks in the third quarter and finished with 16 points and eight rebounds.
    The influx of talent, not to mention vitality, was desperately needed for a team coming off a 15-17 season in which it lacked leadership and noticeably sagged in the final weeks."

    Sound familiar? Don't you all know exhibition is EXHIBITION!! Lonzo went on to break the all time assist record at UCLA while shooting 72% from 2's and 42% from 3's with Steph Curry range. He also led UCLA to a record of 31-5. And for Deaaron Fox to bring up the Sweet16, no mention of Lonzo hurt as he suffered a hip injury from a fall in a previous game against Kent State and his mother suffered a massive stroke. Fox never mentions Lonzo beating him in December 2016, breaking Kentucky's 47 game winning streak at home by hitting a clutch 3 pointer late to seal the deal. No mention of that.

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