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Lonzo Ball

Moments / Lakers Moments


General information

Theme
Moments
Position
PG / SG
Salary
280
Height
6'6" (198cm)
Weight
190lbs (86kg)
Age
20
From
UCLA
Plays
P&R Ball Handler 3 PT Mid Range Handoff

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Lonzo Ball emerald card

82 Overall

80 Outside scoring

  • 82 Open shot mid
  • 74 Contested shot mid
  • 80 Off dribble shot mid
  • 85 Open shot 3pt
  • 80 Contested shot 3pt
  • 81 Off dribble shot 3pt
  • 80 Shot IQ
  • 69 Free throw
  • 70 Off. consistency

87 Athleticism

  • 89 Speed
  • 89 Acceleration
  • 85 Vertical
  • 52 Strength
  • 88 Stamina
  • 75 Hustle
  • 80 Overall durability

80 Inside scoring

  • 88 Shot close
  • 90 Standing layup
  • 90 Driving layup
  • 30 Standing dunk
  • 70 Driving dunk
  • 45 Contact dunk
  • 54 Draw foul
  • 40 Post control
  • 35 Post hook
  • 44 Post fadeaway
  • 84 Hands

92 Playmaking

  • 90 Ball control
  • 92 Passing accuracy
  • 94 Passing vision
  • 93 Passing IQ
  • 89 Speed with ball

74 Defending

  • 70 On-ball def. IQ
  • 45 Low post def. IQ
  • 71 Pick & roll def. IQ
  • 72 Help def. IQ
  • 79 Lateral quickness
  • 85 Pass perception
  • 70 Reaction time
  • 85 Steal
  • 83 Block
  • 72 Shot contest
  • 45 Def. consistency

77 Rebounding

  • 54 Offensive rebound
  • 85 Defensive rebound
  • 80 Boxout
  • 91 Potential
  • 45 Intangibles
  • 3383 Total attr.


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    148

    85 steal, the ball family got some quick hands

    58

    Aye their future was so bright they need to get some shades I dont blame them

    15

    They need to get some LV shades, those fresh asf.

    Show 5 replies...
    1

    Underated AF

    1

    how is the comment underrated its literally just repeated the implied joke zem made

    0

    It was easier to understand and funnier in a way

    0

    Oh I noticed that now

    47

    85 steal, 84 hands, damn shoplifting has never been easier

    30

    Big Burglar Brand Combine 10000000 steal

    13

    First they take Kobe's shoe then they take the glasses

    14

    Yo 2k how do his nuts taste

    2

    How does Frank's taste?

    0

    [Deleted] ha lol it wasnt

    10

    LiAngelo Ball finna have a 99 steal

    29

    If it was 99 he wouldn't have gotten caught. Just sayin

    Show 1 reply...
    5

    Super Saiyan
    [Intro]
    You're going to love this, trust me. What you're seeing now is my normal state
    Lonzo Ball!

    [Chorus]
    Triple Bs, I'm the man
    I'm leveled up, I'm super saiyan
    You said I can't, but I can
    Triple Bs got the plan
    Triple Bs, I'm the man
    I'm leveled up, I'm super saiyan
    You said I can't, but I can
    Triple Bs got the plan
    I had to stunt on my haters
    I had to show 'em who's boss
    I had to flex on my haters
    Diamonds, they drippin' in sauce
    I had to stunt on my haters
    I had to show 'em who's boss
    I had to flex on my haters
    Diamonds, they drippin' in sauce

    [Verse 1]
    Turn it up, you know who it is
    She got a phone, tryin' to sneak a pic
    I hit a three, but I won't hit a lick
    I see it's getting lit, like I'm signed with Bic
    Second pick, you ain't getting picked
    We saw it coming, y'all just witnessed it
    A+ with the penmanship
    Big Bs, big businesses
    Pop a cider just to take some sips
    Full clips, got the scope and grips
    Man throwing fits, grizzly hits
    Call of Duty, cold with the sticks
    See I took this in the kitchen
    Girl just took it out the oven
    Brodie fed it to the public
    Taykey said they gon' love it
    Allen put it all together
    Mark convinced me that I'm better
    D-Mo said that imma shine
    My girl confirmed in any weather
    My brother hit me on my cellular
    Keep your pedal to the metal
    Keep killing instrumentals
    Murder beats, I got several


    [Chorus]
    Triple Bs, I'm the man
    I'm leveled up, I'm super saiyan
    You said I can't, but I can
    Triple Bs got the plan
    Triple Bs, I'm the man
    I'm leveled up, I'm super saiyan
    You said I can't, but I can
    Triple Bs got the plan
    I had to stunt on my haters
    I had to show 'em who's boss
    I had to flex on my haters
    Diamonds, they drippin' in sauce
    I had to stunt on my haters
    I had to show 'em who's boss
    I had to flex on my haters
    Diamonds, they drippin' in sauce

    [Verse 2]
    Nobody's perfect, but I think she worth it
    She love me on purpose, she know how to work it
    A freak in the sheet, like she came from the circus
    We started with talkin'
    We started with flirtin'
    No we don't pop Mollies, stay away from those Xans
    Wrapped in them sheets, she my number one fan
    She call her two friends, they come join the clan
    I stay with three Bs, shouts out to the brand
    Yes I'm the man, light skin with a tan
    Only 19, on my neck twenty bands
    Wrist cost me fifteen, my ears cost me ten
    This a new team that we on like I'm Cam
    My grass is greener
    My flow is cleaner
    My flow is meaner, is that why you heated?
    Cool, calm, collected, that's just my demeanor
    I'm hated like -er ,like back in the day
    Back in the day when they said it to slaves
    Killing with Brodie, put beats in the grave
    Shinin' too much for you to throw shade
    I'm all 'bout my chips, so you know I get paid
    I'm running the beat, put the key in the Range
    My flow is so crazy, my mental insane
    My diamonds are wet
    But I stay spitting flames
    Don't step out of line
    Just stay in yo lane

    [Chorus]
    Triple Bs, I'm the man
    I'm leveled up, I'm super saiyan
    You said I can't, but I can
    Triple Bs got the plan
    Triple Bs, I'm the man
    I'm leveled up, I'm super saiyan
    You said I can't, but I can
    Triple Bs got the plan
    I had to stunt on my haters
    I had to show 'em who's boss
    I had to flex on my haters
    Diamonds, they drippin' in sauce
    I had to stunt on my haters
    I had to show 'em who's boss
    I had to flex on my haters
    Diamonds, they drippin' in sauce

    0
    -1

    Watch if LiAngelo gets to the nba he'll have a 99 steal

    -18

    Especially LiAngelo!

    48

    He gets that 85 Steal from people buying his $495.00 shoes.

    5

    Or Liangelo taught him how to be good at stealing.

    14

    Gelo ain't good at it. The other two balls never get caught.
    #BehindBarBalls.

    20

    The face you get when you realize LiAngelo might not be around to take a cut of the BBB sales.

    3

    Dude Liangelo was my favourite ball brother that whole thing just sucks

    10

    I know, right? Why would LiAngelo steal from a Louis Vuitton store in China when he has plenty of money?

    Show 4 replies...
    -1

    Did you know he isn't even in the mock draft for his year on all the major draft websites anymore

    2

    Wow. I mean, he got expelled from UCLA, but there have been guys who have done WAY worse stuff and been drafted highly.

    -1

    He was expelled? I didn't hear about that

    -1

    I don't remember what year but I check from 2018-2021 and he isn't there

    16

    If you break an NBA record held by LeBron James you deserve respect. Congrats Lonzo

    0

    Most superteams formed record won't be broken for a while

    0

    1? He created the Heat superteam, the GM created the Cavs by trading for Love and that's if you count the Cavs as a superteam which I certainly don't

    Show 1 reply...
    0

    Nah LBJ HEAVILY influenced the GMs decision making on that one. And I count any team with three or more stars as a superteam.

    9

    Incoming Trump & Lavar press conference

    0

    Jesus Christ I hope not

    0

    China hopes not as well, that's why they released LiAngelo

    9

    Youngest to Ever Get A Triple Double
    That's a great Accomplishment for player who did it under 20 games
    Lakers with Kuzma and Ball leading the way have a bright future together

    -2

    I agree with you about Kuzma, but I don't think a team can have a player with a 31% Field Goal Percentage leading the team

    5

    If you look into KD's Seatle stats, you'll find him was always around 30%, until the 2nd half of his first season.

    The similarity between these two is that they both have the length at their own position but considering not strong enough at NBA level. I criticized KD back in 08 about his 35% and poor defense but obviously, he later proved himself. (despite his cowardliness of joining the best team for ring)

    Lonzo's ugly release might be another reason, but believe me, it will not always be 31%.

    Show 2 replies...
    -1

    KD is also 7'0" so

    1

    Average SF is 6'8", KD is 4 inches taller. While average PG is 6'3".
    Yes, Lonzo will never be KD, but he still got the length on the position. He can be a BUST due to his pick and high expectations but still better than average.

    3

    I just see him struggling to get his shot to go in
    Lonzo got a very fixable problem
    plus its kinda early to declare a player bad after thier first 15 games or first season
    Im excited to see how he develops though out the years

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    2

    at least he isn't having a MCW type of career

    2

    true MCW was bound to fail after year 1

    -2

    mcw > lonzo in year 1

    2

    MCW and lonzo situation are very different
    they forced MCW to play heavy minutes and take the ball up every time with d league players as a 1st option scorer

    1

    but that game against bron, wade and bosh u remember zem

    1

    that was his first game i remember that was crazy
    Its sad he got exposed in year two

    -1

    he's the most inconsistent player in the NBA though

    8

    Got a triple double against the Bucks, the card shows a game against the Grizzlies.


    BRUH

    5

    Youngest player ever to get a triple double and you give him an emerald. Ok....

    -2

    I think they didn't that because his record could easily be broken

    2

    Not easily but it is a big possibility

    Show 1 reply...
    -1

    and it's still early in the season

    3

    Tune in next week for another episode of ball behind bars

    3

    Dynamic duo with emerald kuzma and ball plz 2k

    3

    youngest player to have a triple double.... by five days lol

    2

    what you rocking zo2s

    2

    Dynamic Duo: Louis Vuitton

    2

    83 block for pg is cheeeeseee

    2

    Lonzo Ball look like he did a poop and happy about it.

    2

    Trip-Le-Dou-Ble

    *clap clap clap-clap-clap*

    2

    Real One since day one

    2

    GREATEST PLAYER EVER

    2

    If he can pump up his stats to 10+ on scoring and keep his field goal percentage between this and 44%, he finna be bright.

    2

    Lonzo was balllinnn

    2

    Lonzo breaks history gets emerald THANKS 2K

    2

    Lakers have a great young core

    1

    Lmao 82 overall for a 19-11-13-3-4 game where he shot 7/12 and 3/5. Wow. Fuck 2k.

    1

    Gonna be sticking the pickpocket badge on this one

    1

    Damn 83 block and 83 steal what a balance for a rookie pg nice

    1

    he doesnt need hate tbh. what he needs is 1-2 years for ingram and kuzma to grow and develop lakers gonna really fun to watch in a few years i cant wait for him to prove his haters wrong

    -1

    I fell like if the lakers don't resign him (even though they will) he'll stay a free agent until either he gives up or gets resigned

    0

    LITERALLY the BIGGEST mistake the Lakers have ever drafted

    0

    If liangelo was in the game he would have 99 steal

    1

    bruh he'd have a 25 steal, what you talking about

    -2

    bec hes stealing clothes

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    1

    But he got caught

    -2

    i know but still

    0

    (Insert not funny stealing joke here)

    0

    Anyone thinks he needs a haircut. I just don't think it looks that good. And BTW I see a Memphis Jersey in the background and they played the Bucks that day. I just feel like that's kind of a cheat give him a shot where he was celebrating in the actual game...

    -1

    thats just 2k for you

    0

    Triple Double- Predicted by Korzemba

    0

    BBB Big Builder Brand

    0

    his gold was alright and this is an improvement but as any card with a bad free throw and he's a freakin point guard, yeah I'll pass and there are better options. maybe if he gets a diamond

    0

    The face you get when you find out your brother might not serve up to 3-10 years

    -1

    wait this ain't the bucks in the background wtf

    -1

    I stole him for 1.2k mt.

    -1

    Liangelo rich man shoplifting tell me y someone

    -1

    91 Potential-- Wouldn't say that...

    -1

    too streaky, hope he gets more consistent
    kuzma is doing better than him still

    -1

    Him and Liangelo are related by the steal rating..

    -1

    Ok 2k. So he just started his career and already has a better passing IQ, Passing Accuracy, passing vision and ball control than Hornets Chris Paul. Sure.

    1

    bro its a moments card so of course it has boosted stats.
    and btw lonzos passing iq probably is better than rookie cp3

    -1

    Im just sayin. I am a Lakers fan, watched them play almost every single game. I seen lonzo handle the ball at the 1. Every time he shoots a shot, I raise my hands up but it rarely goes in. I am not a hater but Im just saying that he is only getting those assists because of his large amount of playing time.

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    1

    And other superstars dont get assists because they have lots of playing time? Lonzo is a rookie hes still getting used to the NBA its too early too judge him. ?He shows flashes of greatness and sometimes he wont score. big deal, let him play his rookie season out first.

    0

    Aight aight my eyes on him

    -1

    When you think u get a ring

    -1

    He doesn't deserve an 81 three, hes shooting 25% on the year. Trash ass boi

    -1

    BIG BALLER BRAND BIG BALLER CHICKEN.

    -1

    who is the troll who downvoted all these comments? a Lonzo hater probably

    2

    It's GD's Highlights. If you don't know who he is, search him up on Youtube and look at his videos.

    -1

    a human trash bag

    -1

    Low key that 3pt and free throw are way too high.

    -1

    his jersey number is about to be his fg percentage

    -1

    69 free throw for a point guard

    -2

    Does this card come with the badge that Lonzo has in real life? The one where whenever he touches the ball the stats people give him an assist?

    -2

    HOLD THE FUCK UP WHY ISNT THERE EMERALD SIMMONS????????? TWO TRIPLE DOUBLES AND MANY MORE GREAT GAMES THAN LONZO THIS IS BULLSHIT

    -2

    83 block my ass....so ur say that hes a better blocker than Lebron?

    -2

    I think it's honestly fair to call him a bust... Js

    -2

    70 offensive consistency my ass

    -2

    2k the type to give LiAngelo Ball 98 steal.

    -2

    I cant Wait for them Big Baller Brand shoes to come out on 2k they gone cost 500k coins.

    -2

    Eric Bledsoes dad

    -2

    the face when lianglo is in prison

    -2

    Lonzo Anderson Ball (born October 27, 1997)[1] is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for one season with the UCLA Bruins, earning consensus first-team All-American honors before the Lakers selected him with the second overall pick of the 2017 NBA draft.

    As a high school senior at Chino Hills High School in 2016, Ball was awarded multiple national high school player of the year honors, and led his team to an undefeated record, as well as a national championship.[2][3] As a college freshman in 2016–17, he led the nation in assists and broke the UCLA record for most assists in a season. He also won the Wayman Tisdale Award as the top freshman in the nation.

    Contents [hide]
    1 Early life
    2 College career
    2.1 College statistics
    3 Professional career
    3.1 Los Angeles Lakers (2017–present)
    4 Player profile
    5 Awards and honors
    6 Endorsements
    7 Personal life
    8 References
    9 External links
    Early life
    Ball was born in the Los Angeles metropolitan area in Anaheim, California,[1] to LaVar and Tina Ball, who were both former college basketball players.[4] The 6-foot-6-inch (1.98 m) LaVar played at Washington State before transferring to Cal State Los Angeles, where the 6-foot-1-inch (1.85 m) Tina was also playing.[5][6] A two-sport athlete, LaVar also played American football professionally for the London Monarchs in the World League of American Football.[1]

    Ball started playing basketball at the age of two.[1] He grew up with his younger brothers, LiAngelo and LaMelo. Until they reached high school, the trio played together on teams coached by their father.[5] Ball played basketball at Chino Hills High School in Chino Hills, California.[4] As a junior in 2014–15, he averaged 25 points, 11 rebounds, 9.1 assists, 5 blocks, and 5 steals.[7] In his senior year, he led the school to a 35–0 record and a state title, and the Huskies were ranked the consensus No. 1 team in the nation.[8][9] His younger brothers, junior LiAngelo and freshman LaMelo, were also on the team.[10] Ball averaged a triple-double with averages of 23.9 points, 11.3 rebounds, and 11.7 assists per game.[4] He received national honors including the Naismith Prep Player of the Year,[2][3] Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year,[11] USA Today Boys Basketball Player of the Year,[12] and Mr. Basketball USA.[13]

    College career
    Ball was rated as a consensus five-star recruit by major scouting services.[14] In November 2015, he signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and play for the Bruins.[15] As a freshman in 2016–17, he was one of 50 players named to the preseason watch list for the John R. Wooden Award, given annually to the top college player in the nation.[16] Ball's vision and passing skills led UCLA's rise up the national rankings,[17] as he and fellow freshman T. J. Leaf helped the Bruins bounce back from a 15–17 record from the year before.[18] Ball led the nation in assists and transformed the Bruins into the top scoring offense in the country.[19] In his first collegiate game against Pacific, he had 19 points, 11 assists, and eight rebounds. Later in the year, Ball was named the MVP of the Wooden Legacy tournament, after he led UCLA to a win over Texas A&M in the championship game.[20] He remained on the Wooden Award list in midseason, when he was also joined by Leaf, as UCLA was one of just five schools with two candidates on the list.[21]

    In a 107–66 blowout win against the Washington Huskies, Ball had 22 points, six rebounds, and five assists.[22] With close to two dozen NBA executives in attendance, the game matched Ball against the Huskies' Markelle Fultz, who were among the nation's top point guards and projected to be among the top picks in the 2017 NBA draft.[22][23] Fultz scored 25 points in an even matchup between the two freshmen.[22] In the Bruins' regular season finale, Ball had a career-high 14 assists in a 77–68 win over Washington State, when he also broke Gary Payton's 30-year-old Pac-12 season record for assists by a freshman.[24][25] UCLA was seeded No. 3 in the NCAA Tournament, and won their opening game 97–80 over Kent State. Ball had 15 points and three assists to surpass Larry Drew II's school record for most assists in a season.[26] In the second round, he flirted with a triple-double with 18 points, seven rebounds, and nine assists in a 79–67 win over Cincinnati.[27] All of his assists came in the second half, when UCLA overcame a three-point halftime deficit after scoring a season-low 30 points in the first half.[28] The Bruins were eliminated in the Sweet 16, losing 86–75 to Kentucky. Ball had 10 points, eight assists, and four turnovers in the loss, while Wildcats point guard De'Aaron Fox scored 39 points for an NCAA tournament freshman record. Ball strained his hamstring in the game and was limping in the second half, but did not offer it as an excuse for being outplayed.[29][30] After the game, he announced that he would declare for the 2017 NBA draft, where he was generally projected to be a top-3 pick.[29]

    For the season, Ball averaged 14.6 points, 7.6 assists, and 6.0 rebounds. He was the only player in the nation to average at least 14 points, six assists, and six rebounds, and was the first player in the conference since California's Jason Kidd in 1993–94 to average at least 14 points, seven assists, and six rebounds.[31][32] His 274 assists also passed Kidd (272) for the second-most in a season by a Pac-12 player, behind only Ahlon Lewis (294) of Arizona State in 1997–98.[33] Ball made 55.1 percent of his field goal attempts and 41.2 of his three-point attempts to become the first NCAA Division I player since 1992–93 to make at least 70 percent from 2-point range and 40 percent from 3-point range.[34][35] He was a unanimous first-team All-American, earning honors from the Associated Press,[36] United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA),[37] National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC),[38] and Sporting News.[39] Additionally, he was awarded the Wayman Tisdale Award by the USBWA as the top freshman in the nation.[40] Ball was the only freshman to be a finalist for the Wooden Award, Naismith College Player of the Year, and Oscar Robertson Trophy.[19][37][41] He was also voted Pac-12 Freshman of the Year and was named first-team All-Pac-12 along with teammates Leaf and Bryce Alford.[32] He also received honorable mention for the Pac-12 All-Defensive Team.[42]

    College statistics
    Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
    2016–17 UCLA 36 36 35.1 .551 .412 .673 6.0 7.6 1.8 .8 14.6
    Professional career
    Los Angeles Lakers (2017–present)
    On June 22, 2017, Ball was selected with the second overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft by the Los Angeles Lakers.[43] On July 3, he signed a four-year rookie scale contract with the Lakers.[44] During the 2017 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, Ball was named the league MVP after averaging 16.3 points, 9.3 assists, 7.7 rebounds, 2.5 steals, and 1.0 blocks per game. He had two triple-doubles, the first in Vegas since 2008 and the first ever in Vegas by a rookie.[45][46] He had four games with 10 or more assists, becoming the first in league history to have more than 10 assists in more than one game; his 9.3 assist average was also a league record.[47][48]

    In his second game on October 20, 2017, he scored a career-high 29 points, to go along with 11 rebounds and 9 assists in a 132–130 win against the Phoenix Suns, falling one assist shy of becoming the youngest player to notch a triple double in NBA history.[49] In the following contest, he had eight points, eight rebounds, and 13 assists in a 119–112 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans, becoming the youngest player in franchise history to get at least 10 assists in a game.[50] On November 11, he recorded 19 points, 13 assists, and 12 rebounds in a 98–90 loss against the Milwaukee Bucks, becoming the youngest player to achieve a triple-double at the age of 20 years and 15 days old, breaking LeBron James's record by five days. Leading up to the game, Bucks' coach Jason Kidd, who Ball is often compared to, had called it "a stretch" to compare the two since it was too early in Ball's career.[51] Ball, who had struggled with his shooting over the first 12 game and achieved the second lowest first 12-game field goal percentage (29.2%) in the shot clock era (since 1954),[52] made over 50% of his field goals in a game for the first time in his career during the triple double.[53][54] On November 19, he recorded his second triple-double with 11 points, 16 rebounds, and 11 assists in a 127–109 win over the Denver Nuggets. It was the most rebounds by an NBA rookie guard since Steve Francis had 17 in 1999–2000.[55] He also joined fellow NBA rookie Ben Simmons, as well as Magic Johnson, Connie Hawkins, Art Williams, and Oscar Robertson as the only players to record multiple triple-doubles within the first 20 games of their NBA careers.[56] Ball missed the team's Christmas game after spraining his left shoulder in the previous contest against the Portland Trail Blazers, and he was expected to be out for at least a week. His shooting had improved to 34.9 percent from the field and 29.7 percent on three-pointers after having made 44 percent of his field goals and 44.2 percent of his three-pointers in the seven games prior to the injury.[57] He would make his return to action on January 5, 2018 against the Charlotte Hornets.[58]

    Player profile
    Ball has an unorthodox jump shot whereby he moves the ball from his left hip to the left of his forehead. He rotates his right elbow in toward his chest until it reaches a 45-degree angle, when he shoots the ball towards the basket.[59][60][61] He prefers to shoot jumpers while moving towards his left.[59][61][62]

    Ball began shooting in games from 40 feet (12 m) deep since he was a pre-teen.[61] In college, he shot 3-pointers from beyond the NBA line, which was 4 feet (1.2 m) longer than the 19-foot-9-inch (6.02 m) college line. His go-to shot with time expiring was a step-back 3-pointer from deep.[63]

    Awards and honors
    College
    Associated Press first-team All-American (2017)
    USBWA first-team All-American (2017)
    NABC first-team All-American (2017)
    Sporting News first-team All-American (2017)
    First-team All-Pac-12 (2017)
    Wayman Tisdale Award (2017)
    Pac-12 Freshman of the Year (2017)
    Pac-12 All-Freshman team (2017)[32]
    Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Defensive Team
    High school

    Ball making a pass at the 2016 McDonald's All-American game
    Naismith Prep Player of the Year (2016)
    Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year (2016)
    USA Today Player of the Year (2016)
    Mr. Basketball USA (2016)
    McDonald's All-American (2016)[64]
    Ballislife All-American (2016)[65]
    Ballislife All-American Game MVP (2016)[65]
    California Mr. Basketball (2016)[4]
    Los Angeles Times Player of the Year (2016)[64]
    Endorsements
    Ball began his pro career using sports apparel from his father LaVar's Big Baller Brand instead of signing with any of the three major apparel companies: Nike, Adidas or Under Armour. His father had insisted that he not sign with a company unless they agreed to license merchandise from Big Baller Brand.[66] In May 2017, Big Baller Brand announced the release of Ball's first shoe, the ZO2.[67] The $495 price tag on the shoe sparked wide criticism from celebrities and on social media. In response to his critics, LaVar tweeted on May 4, "If you can't afford the ZO2S, you're NOT a BIG BALLER!"[68]

    On December 20, 2017, Ball was announced as the logo for the Junior Basketball Association (JBA), a league his father LaVar plans to establish for high-school basketball basketball players who have finished high school but want an alternative option to the NCAA.[69]

    Personal life
    Ball's two brothers, LiAngelo and LaMelo, both verbally committed to playing college basketball for UCLA, although neither player would be a part of their regular season rosters. LiAngelo started as a freshman at UCLA in the fall of 2017, but due to his suspension relating to a crime in China earlier on, he left on December 4, 2017.[70] Both would end up signing with the Vytautas Prienai–Birštonas of the Lithuanian Basketball League on December 11, 2017, with the brothers planning on making their professional debuts in January 2018.[71][72][73]

    In August 2017, Ball and his family premiered in their Facebook Watch reality show, Ball In The Family.

    In September 2017, Ball released his first rap single, "Melo Ball 1", an ode to his youngest brother, LaMelo.[74] The following month, Ball released another rap single titled "Super Saiyan", which is a nod to the anime and manga series Dragon Ball Z. In the track, he compares himself to Goku, the main protagonist of DBZ.[75]

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    Where is his HOF Pick Pocket Badge?

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    LiAngelo Ball has a 99 block for blocking himself from the NBA.

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    When you got away with shoplifting

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    Lonzo tryna get that 100 steal like his brother

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    when you shoot 30% from 3pt but still get a 84 3pt

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    When you have a higher block than lebron and durant...

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    Liangelo still got more steals tho

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    That boy done turned from a solid basketball player into a living meme

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    Dat Bust boi played 2 good games out of 23 he ass and the sooner u accept it the better

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    KD wasn't good either
    Hassan Whiteside wasn't good either
    Curry wasn't good either
    Kobe Bryant wasn't good either

    Stop Judging Rookies Bro.

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    CURRY was always good in fact the GOAT

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    This guy has a higher block rating than DeAndre Jordan..... WTF 2k?!?

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    LONZO BALLASACK!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Youngest player to get a triple double, but gets an 82 overall.....




    Good job 2K :/

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    Could be worse he could've gotten another 79 for an impressive game

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    YOUNGEST DAT BUST BOI, hes a bsut, das why 82 never gonna be steph vurry caus ehtta means he has to surpass the goat curry him,self

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    Not bad for a guy averaging 30% from 2s and 20% from 3s.

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    Moment cards are for a specific game, not what type of season they're having. Clearly, being the youngest person ever to get a triple-double warrants a moments card.

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    Yup, except he's gonna have at least an 85 3 for the rest of the year when he's really one of the worst shooters in the league by stats.

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    Kobe shot under 33% from 3 for his career, Jordan shot the same, I don't see you complaining about them.

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    There's a difference between scoring 33% and 25%. Don't worry you and the 2 upvotes will probably learn that next year in 2th grade.

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    Boi u said 2th grade but it's 2nd grade

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    Regardless, neither are league average. And an 88 three pointer sounds a bit high for that, right?

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    The difference is one is for a CAREER. Another is for like 12 games. Lonzo can't shoot and should have like a 70 3-ball

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    don't know why you have so many down votes, spitting fax

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    Won't be surprised if a couple of them are mad BBB fans who bought the 1000 dollars sneakers and refuse to accept that Lonzo just simply isn't better than Michael Jordan ever was.