this father is as complete a moron as there ever was

Injun

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#6
Is he trying to end Lonzo's career before he really has a chance to get started? And what gives Lavar Ball the right to call the shots on an adult man's career anyway? If I was owner of the Lakers, I'd be giving that young man a choice: Get his dad off their court or be traded to the losingest, most obscure team the NBA has.
 

dchawk81

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Is he trying to end Lonzo's career before he really has a chance to get started? And what gives Lavar Ball the right to call the shots on an adult man's career anyway? If I was owner of the Lakers, I'd be giving that young man a choice: Get his dad off their court or be traded to the losingest, most obscure team the NBA has.
Minnesota Timberwolves. Because mndriver is up there. And it's stupid cold.
 

GAnthony

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Is he trying to end Lonzo's career before he really has a chance to get started? And what gives Lavar Ball the right to call the shots on an adult man's career anyway? If I was owner of the Lakers, I'd be giving that young man a choice: Get his dad off their court or be traded to the losingest, most obscure team the NBA has.
lavar was only on the practice team of some football team. i think also that was in another country as well.

he ain't no athlete by my standards. if he was any good, he'd had been a pro. as i see him, he is a has never been
 

Rigjockey

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#12
Wow that is some kind of entitlement!
In the real world things don't work the way the father thinks they do.

I am also an all or nothing kind of guy and if I was the owner or gm of the Lakers, It would be nothing! Lonzo can go on and get the hell on like that Kaeperprick, Ex-football guy.