Lakers' Lonzo Ball: Make pay-for-play in college legal

Lakers' Lonzo Ball: Make pay-for-play in college legal

Lakers' Lonzo Ball: Make pay-for-play in college legal

If everybody's breaking the rules, it's time for the rule itself to change.

In the midst of an impressive rookie season, Los Angeles Lakers rookie Kyle Kuzma has had to adjust from being guarded by college players to professionals. Walton said the rookie will be on limited minutes after the long layoff and he still hasn't decided if Ball will start or come off the bench.

"Everybody's getting paid anyway". I was like, 'Wow, he's a good defender.' It's tough to get shots off against him, and he does a lot of little things to make things harder on you. "That's how I feel".

Lakers' Lonzo Ball: Make pay-for-play in college legal

"My dad's not big on that", Ball said about taking money from agents, "so just kinda focused on going there and getting out".

Lonzo Ball hasn't seen any game action for over a month due to an MCL sprain in his left knee. Instead, Ball is the more traditional pass-first guard that can also rebound the basketball. "I mean, it's just, any kind of way". Yahoo Sports reported Friday that prominent programs including Duke, Michigan State, Kansas, Kentucky and North Carolina, and many of their players are identified in the ongoing investigation. Durant told reporters Friday.




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