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Re: Lavar Ball: "Lakers don't want to play for Luke Walton."
« Reply #75 on: January 09, 2018, 06:01:57 PM »

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Lonzo when asked about Luke Walton as a coach: "I will play for anybody."

Classic case of good kid with a dad with too big a mouth...

Really? That's how you took it?

Meanwhile, Kuzma defended his coach and showed him love. He also looks like the real deal and the best pick the Lakers made this past summer, not Lonzo to be quite frank.
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Re: Lavar Ball: "Lakers don't want to play for Luke Walton."
« Reply #76 on: January 09, 2018, 06:06:15 PM »

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Lonzo when asked about Luke Walton as a coach: "I will play for anybody."

Classic case of good kid with a dad with too big a mouth...
That's not a quote of a good kid. That's a quote of a snake trying to add fuel to the flame

It sure doesnít sound like a ringing endorsement. He could have said a lot more to extinguish the flames instead of fan them.

People seem really high on Lonzo as a person and I donít see why. He seems scared/brainwashed by his father and is merely a puppet.

If I was him I would tell him ďI love ya dad and thanks for getting me here but shut yo mouth and donít ruin this for me now.Ē

Instead he just says my father is a grown man and has his opinions blah blah blah. Iíd stick up for my coach publicly even if I didnít like playing for him. Youíre a rookie, know your role. You should be happy Luke is playing you as much as he is considering how ****ty youíve played.
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Re: Lavar Ball: "Lakers don't want to play for Luke Walton."
« Reply #77 on: January 09, 2018, 06:11:16 PM »

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Lonzo when asked about Luke Walton as a coach: "I will play for anybody."

Classic case of good kid with a dad with too big a mouth...
That's not a quote of a good kid. That's a quote of a snake trying to add fuel to the flame

It sure doesnít sound like a ringing endorsement. He could have said a lot more to extinguish the flames instead of fan them.

People seem really high on Lonzo as a person and I donít see why. He seems scared/brainwashed by his father and is merely a puppet.

If I was him I would tell him ďI love ya dad and thanks for getting me here but shut yo mouth and donít ruin this for me now.Ē

Instead he just says my father is a grown man and has his opinions blah blah blah. Iíd stick up for my coach publicly even if I didnít like playing for him. Youíre a rookie, know your role. You should be happy Luke is playing you as much as he is considering how ****ty youíve played.
100% agree, TP. People keep saying "he seems like a good kid" and I have no clue where they got that impression

Re: Lavar Ball: "Lakers don't want to play for Luke Walton."
« Reply #78 on: January 09, 2018, 06:28:37 PM »

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100% agree, TP. People keep saying "he seems like a good kid" and I have no clue where they got that impression

You don't think he sometimes acts like he is embarrassed by his dad and often says politically correct stuff to balance his dad's hyperbole.  It's like the kid whose dad is an alcoholic, you don't hold that against the kid.