Lonzo Ball: "I Could Beat Jordan 1-on-1 Right Now"

Clyde Nash
June 14, 2017

Every draft projection seemingly has Fultz going first to Boston and Ball second to the Lakers. After that pick, the Lakers could take anyone they want - there's no need to promise Jackson they'll pick him.

Perhaps Jackson's management has advised him against a session with Boston because Washington's Markelle Fultz has emerged as a lock for the No. 1 spot.

"They don't really have a chance, no", Lonzo said.

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In particular, Fox is seeking to show that he can improve his perimeter shooting after hitting just 24.6 percent of his 3-pointers at UK. "I think both went pretty well". When he approached the UCLA star about the dynamic with his father, the younger Ball said he's unfazed by the attention his dad gets. Smith is worth a look late in re-draft leagues.

At almost seven feet tall, the gifted Isaac has the potential to be a menacing matchup at the next level.

The father of NBA prospect Lonzo Ball made another dumb claim regarding the greatest basketball player to play the game, Michael Jordan.

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Why is Ball good for the team?

"It definitely doesn't help, it definitely makes it a little bit harder, " Ball said of the spotlight. "You don't want your name to become one of those things like that".

Isaac instantly could slot into the baby Wolves rotation. The athleticism and versatility in a starting lineup of Kris Dunn, Zach LaVine, Andrew Wiggins, Isaac and Karl-Anthony Towns would give teams nightmares for the next decade. Instead, there's at least some drama around the No. 2 overall pick in the weeks leading up to the NBA Draft.

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Yet, a player such as Jackson could have an advantage with his position-less versatility. Oliver presents no guarantees, but his ceiling could be too high to pass up depending on how the Wizards' draft board shakes out on June 22.

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