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Count Brook Lopez among the Los Angeles Lakers who have already been won over by Lonzo Ball. During an appearance on the Popcorn Machine podcast with Lakers digital reporter Joey Ramirez, the All-Star center spoke glowingly of his rookie running mate. “It’s really amazing,” Lopez said of Zo’s skill level at the age of 19. “He’s impressed me with something new every day. I’m just so thrilled to get on the court with him and kind of learn on the fly. We’ve already kind of talked about where he likes to throw the ball, where I like receiving it, stuff like that, in the pick and roll. Just continuing to grow that relationship and really making a special bond where it’ll translate onto the court and
The Brooklyn Nets lost more games than any other NBA team in the 2016-17 season—and the Cleveland Cavaliers need them to be just as bad this year if LeBron James is going to stay in northeast Ohio. A report from the New York Times claims James is “increasingly restless” at the Cavaliers, although he could yet be persuaded to stay if Koby Altman can revamp a team that has lost an All-Star point guard in Kyrie Irving and gained one in Isaiah Thomas from the Boston Celtics. A key part of that deal, of course, was the Nets’ 2018 first-round draft pick that the Celtics acquired in 2013 in the trade that sent Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to New York.
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