LaVar Ball discusses wife's condition, his life advice, future of sons

  • LaVar Ball discusses wife's condition, his life advice, future of sons

LaVar Ball discusses wife's condition, his life advice, future of sons

The running assumption for the NBA Draft right now is that the Celtics will select Markelle Fultz with the top pick, and the Lakers will follow with Lonzo Ball at two. I'm rebooting her now right now. Los Angeles might have loved Lonzo Ball even more since his answers were brief and to the point and not boisterous like his father. What I'm not going to [do] is burden you with sitting there rubbing her hand. "I'm not going to say nothing". Following Ball's twisted logic, the three sons apparently learned to refrain from misogynistic insults against their mom only so they could get what they needed from her.

Today, he essentially revealed his plan to create a Ball-family extended universe with the Lakers, the first steps to which involve all his kids being one-and-done players at UCLA, regardless of their respective National Basketball Association readiness, or talent levels.

Young then asked, "If it came down to Maggette and Marion, you'd take Maggette?" "Because I say, 'In the long run, you're going to need her before you need me'".

Keep in mind, Fultz had met with the Lakers and a slew other teams at the NBA Draft Combine several weeks ago in Chicago.

Considering the most recent reports have Lonzo not exactly wowing the Lakers during their private workout, it's fair to wonder just how much of LaVar's plan he's able to will into existence.

"All my boys are gonna be one-and-done".

Ford believes Ball's chances to be selected by the Lakers stands at 40 percent with Jackson at 35 percent and Fox at 25 percent.

"I told my wife, 'I been with you so long, you can have one eye drooped and your mouth over here like this and you're still lovely to me". After the workout, Ball said that he wanted to play for the Lakers but once again said that he will play for anyone who drafts him.

In Leahy's case, Ball had already made his unapologetic stance more than apparent when his family's company began selling "Stay in yo lane" shirts (including a women's version). "You saw what they did in high school". "I ain't stepping back to nothing".

Forgive me for being suspicious of a story line that seems a little too predictable and convenient - especially at this time of the year.

"Why would I change?"