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#1 08-04-2017 07:23:56

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Now, I doubt Lonzo wants Andrei Vasilevskiy Womens Jersey to drop to 28th, and there’s no way he ever would — he’s projected to be a top-two pick — but he made it clear he would rather go to the Lakers at Nos. 2 or 3 than, say, the Boston Celtics (via the Brooklyn Nets), Phoenix Suns or any other team in the lottery. And that’s his prerogative. There’s also the possibility the Lakers get the No. 1 pick, draft Ball, and everyone’s happy.
But there are a couple http://www.officiallightningproshop.com … kiy_Jersey reasons why Ball may be better served keeping quiet, something his father has also found impossible in recent months. First, while teams likely won’t let this prevent them from drafting him, it will at least give them pause about their ability to keep him beyond his rookie deal, for fear he might eventually bolt to L.A.. That could serve as a tiebreaker on a draft board, and maybe that’s what Ball is trying to do here. Still, this is no way to introduce yourself to the fans. Say the Celtics draft Ball. Are Bostonians going to be all in on him knowing he’d rather be a Laker? Maybe they will. Paul Pierce grew up a Lakers fan, and he’ll have his No. 34 retired in the Garden rafters soon.
It may not matter, and Ball is entitled to his preference. After all, who wouldn’t prefer to play in their hometown? Whether the Lakers would want LaVar living so close to Lonzo is another Andrej Sustr Authentic Jersey matter. And to be fair, both father and son have conceded they would be fine with whoever drafts Lonzo in June。
That scenario would leave the Lakers with only their first-round pick from the Houston Rockets (from the Lou Williams deal this past February), which is currently slotted at 28th. The difference between http://www.officiallightningproshop.com … str_Jersey the No. 1 overall pick and the second, third or 28th picks, respectively, is $3.3, $6.1 and $24 million.
Appearing on ESPN’s The Jump the same day he went on SportsNation, Lonzo said of preferring to play for the Lakers, “All my family’s out here. It would be a blessing to play in front of all of them. At the same time, making it to the league is my dream from Day 1, so whatever team picks me I’ll be happy.”

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