Family affair: Lakers grab Lonzo Ball with 2nd overall pick

Family affair: Lakers grab Lonzo Ball with 2nd overall pick

Family affair: Lakers grab Lonzo Ball with 2nd overall pick

The Sixers had acquired the top slot in a trade with the Boston Celtics, who now have the third pick. The Lakers' pick came right after the Philadelphia 76ers selected Washington guard Markelle Fultz with the No. 1 selection. According to Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders, the Lakers are still undecided on whether or not they're choosing Lonzo Ball tonight.

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Not only was LaVar so sure that Lonzo would be selected No. 2 overall, but he said Lonzo will turn around the Lakers in one year. But Lonzo has a lot to show and prove as a springboard for what the Ball brothers can do.

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Is Ball the next Magic Johnson? The Lakers brought in each of the four in for individual workouts, including Ball.

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After that bit of serendipity, the Lakers made their plans for Ball well-known earlier this week when they agreed to trade point guard D'Angelo Russell to the Brooklyn Nets. He has great vision, good feel for the game and outstanding passing. In 36 games, he shot 55.1 percent overall and 41.2 percent on three-point attempts. Ball, who earned national attention at Chino Hills High and his one season in Westwood, grew up hoping he would get an opportunity to play for his hometown team and mimic the passing skills of his longtime idol.

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