How improved strength & conditioning can help Lonzo Ball

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How improved strength & conditioning can help Lonzo Ball
How improved strength & conditioning can help Lonzo Ball

Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka let Lonzo Ball know in no uncertain terms what their expectations were of him this summer. They compiled a picture book of what the biggest stars in the league looked like during their rookie year, compared what they look like 2018. The point was obvious. “This year we're challenging Lonzo and BI ... We want them to change their body,” Johnson said at the team's exit interviews. Much of the “just wait until he gets bigger and stronger” chatter in Lakerland revolves around Brandon Ingram, but the same notions apply to Ball. He was 190 lbs as a rookie, and often pushed around, fatigued, injured, or some combination thereof. A nagging knee injury that required a PRP

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