"You know what I love about him is he just goes about his business and just talks about winning games and says nothing else really matters unless we're winning," said Love, who, like Ball, played one season in Westwood before going to the NBA. "Him just speaking that into existence and him just preaching that at an early age is going to be big for him in the future. So I think more than anything, that's what I like to see from him.
Hi, this is Tania Ganguli, Lakers reporter for the Los Angeles Times here with your weekly newsletter. The Lakers are in snowy Cleveland on Thursday finishing up a four-game road trip that has gone surprisingly well. They beat Philadelphia, holding off a fourth-quarter 76ers push with a game-winning shot by Brandon Ingram. Then they handled the reeling Charlotte Hornets a few nights later. This trip has had everything from Ball family drama to encouraging signs from the Lakers’ young players.
If the mission was to show LeBron James that the Lakers team he could join in free agency next year was a young group of talented players who cared about competing and had pride in their games and whom he could help take to the next level, they did that for a while on Thursday night. Brandon Ingram caught fire early and scored 26 points through three quarters. Lonzo Ball neared a triple double with 13 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds.
Per this story, LeBron said : “Find your zone and just stay f—ing locked in. The media is going to ask you what I told you right now. Tell them nothing. Just be aggressive every single day.”
Zo followed instructions. https://t.co/dPL501ca2P
A synopsis of my last two tweets. Tweet 1: LeBron talking about people going nuts about the things he says about the Lakers and Lonzo. Tweet 2: a quote from LeBron about Lonzo that is causing people to go nuts.
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