LaVar Ball rips Luke Walton, claims son Lonzo better than LeBron James

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LaVar Ball is back, and he's talking.

Ball had already made it clear where he wants his son to play, if he's traded.

While this might be true, LaVar wasn't the only reason a trade didn't get done.

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As expected, LaVar made the most of his TV time and even guaranteed that LeBron James will not win an NBA Championship in L.A. without the help of his son, Lonzo Ball.

However, that doesn't take away the fact that LaVar might have had some effect on the way the Lakers did business, which is a problem. And I'm betting the Lakers aren't either. This statement echoed his sentiments from earlier in the week, when he said publicly that "Luke Walton is the worst coach his son has ever had".

Always one for the grandiose chatter, among today's claims was telling Shannon Sharpe that his son Lonzo is better than LeBron James.

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So, you know how I just said above that it looked like Lonzo wouldn't be going anywhere?

Somehow, I'm betting James isn't amused by all this. Playing for Magic Johnson and playing with LeBron James is about the best situation possible for a young star.

Lonzo Ball, who has been out since January 19 with a grade 3 left ankle sprain, could make his return after the All-Star break.

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