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LaVar Ball Blames The Lakers’ “Raggedy Record” on Sitting Lonzo In The 4th Quarter
After a disastrous last four years of sub .500 basketball, the Los Angeles Lakers landed the #2 overall pick in the NBA draft. With it they selected Lonzo Ball out of UCLA to take this franchise back to where it once was.
Just 23 games into the season and nothing has really changed at all. Not only is the team losing, but Lonzo is not playing like they had hoped he would when they selected him months ago.
Big Baller Brand CEO LaVar Ball believes he knows why the Lakers have a ‘raggedy record’ and it has everything to do with the team constantly sitting his son in the fourth quarter of games.
“He’s disgusted, he’s not used to losing like this. The #Lakers should build around Lonzo. Why are they sitting him down and not starting him the 4th quarter? This is why the record is raggedy.” -@bigballerbrand CEO @Lavarbigballer on @ZO2_ pic.twitter.com/Krs6SALnhc
— SiriusXM NBA Radio (@SiriusXMNBA) December 5, 2017
If Lonzo wasn’t playing so terribly through the first 3 quarters of the game, he definitely would be playing in the fourth. Fact of the matter is his offense just isn’t there as he continues to struggle from the field.