Published: Fri, June 02, 2017
Sport | By Charlene Craig

Adam Silver thinks LaVar Ball will 'settle down' after Lonzo is drafted

Adam Silver thinks LaVar Ball will 'settle down' after Lonzo is drafted

Rovell believes LaVar is taking a huge risk by refusing a deal that could have doubled Lonzo's rookie salary. In addition to the workout, Shelbourne reports that Ball will meet with front office personnel and the coaching staff for the team. It's also going to be an individual workout, according to the source.

Ball has refused to work out for the Boston Celtics, the team which owns the No. 1 overall pick.

As a draft prospect, Lonzo seems to be the ideal fit for the Lakers' current roster.

The Lakers own the second overall pick in the June 22 National Basketball Association draft. It has been no secret that the Lakers have their eyes on Ball. As such, a backcourt pairing of Ball and Russell will create many offensive opportunities for the Lakers.

The LaVar Ball mass-media aggregation tour continues on, but Silver is probably right.

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Later in the interview, LaVar said: "I never disrespect women".

The 19-year-old, who was born in Anaheim and calls Chino Hills home, will likely not take part in a workout against other prospects, which is often the case for the high profile prospects.

The Los Angeles Lakers didn't come close to reaching the 2017 NBA Finals, but they continue to make news as the basketball world focuses on the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers. "In Africa, speak that (expletive) into existence". Lakers president Magic Johnson, however, said that LaVar won't affect the selection process. But we now know that he's actively costing them money.

"He's not real vocal on the court", Alford said of Ball. "And I think that's why this story is something that people want to read". And not just because of LaVar. "Instead of saying he now wants $1 billion, he now wants $3 billion". Speaking of which, that was the sound many observers thought they heard in a video Tuesday, in which LaVar Ball responded to a long-distance-shooting challenge from Ice Cube. Sound off in the comments section below.

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