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LaVar Ball Says Lonzo Will Lead Lakers to 50 Wins, Split Series with Warriors

LaVar Ball, the outspoken father of Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball, said Wednesday his son will lead the Lakers to at least 50 wins and a four-game series split with the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors during the 2017-18 regular season. Adam Zagoria‏ of ZagsBlog passed along the latest over-the-top proclamation the Ball family patriarch made during an appearance on ESPN's First Take.                       This...

Read 2 months ago, Bleacher Report, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers

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Donald Trump Tweets That He ‘Should Have Left’ UCLA Freshmen in Jail

Donald Trump Tweets That He ‘Should Have Left’ UCLA Freshmen in Jail

Donald Trump has taken to Twitter once again to respond to LaVar Ball’s comments about the his role in getting the UCLA freshmen back to America. Now that the three basketball players are out of...

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Isaiah Thomas Participates in Full Court Drills for the First Time

Isaiah Thomas Participates in Full Court Drills for the First Time

Isaiah Thomas missed the end of the Celtics’ 2017 playoff run with an injury to the right side of his hip. Since the injury was announced, it’s been the source of constant speculation. It initially...

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Ball conduce a los Lakers al triunfo ante Nuggets

Ball conduce a los Lakers al triunfo ante Nuggets

El novato se lució ante el público de STAPLES Center.

Read 14 hours ago, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Lakers, Denver Nuggets

Isaiah Thomas Says Cavs Not Rushing His Return

Isaiah Thomas Says Cavs Not Rushing His Return

Isaiah Thomas took part in full court drills for the first time since being traded to from Boston to Cleveland, and he appreciates that the Cavs haven’t rushed him back from a hip injury. Thomas,...

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David Lee Announces His Retirement

David Lee Announces His Retirement

David Lee officially announced his retirement from the NBA with an Instagram post. The 34-year-old was drafted with the 30th overall pick in 2005. Throughout his playing career with the Knicks, Warriors,...

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