It doesn't look like the Pelicans are asking Lonzo Ball to change his jump shot

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When Lonzo Ball was taken as the No. 2 overall pick by the Los Angeles Lakers, his unconventional shooting form was a major concern from NBA evaluators. And through the first two years of Ball's NBA career, those concerns were valid. Ball is a career 31.5 percent 3-point shooter and a dreadful 43.7 percent from the free-throw line. Though he made some tweaks to shorten his shot before last season, he only saw marginal improvement in his shooting statistics (from really bad to bad). His form simply wasn't working, and few would have questioned the Pelicans if they urged Ball to make mechanical changes to his shot after the trade. Judging from a recent workout video, though, that doesn't appear

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