Though Ball ended up on the losing side, the No. 2 overall pick in this year's draft showed more flashes of a future superstar player.
Ball finished the game with 19 points (on 7-of-12 from the field), 13 assists, and 12 rebounds. Ball also tallied three blocked shots and three steals.
Ball became the youngest player to achieve the feat in Saturday's showdown with the Milwaukee Bucks, eclipsing the legendary LeBron James by five days. My dad had me on lesser teams, so I had to do more and it prepares me. "But Ball, playing in his 13th career game, got his first triple-double much quicker than Kidd, who needed 68 games to get his first", wrote Lakers insider Ohm Youngmisuk.
Ball's father LaVar obviously took things in spite, giving some of his own punchy quotes after noting Embiid had only played less than half a season during his rookie year.
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"You can see that (he will get a lot of triple-doubles)". I didn't care about that. It's not going to be scoring every night, but I'm trying to improve that. We're gonna let him play his game.
LaVar wasn't pleased and responded by saying Embiid and Simmons "ain't played a game, always hurt, and at the bottom of the totem pole".
Lonzo Ball may have one of the uglier jump-shooting forms in recent memory, but the LA Lakers have no plans to tinker with it for now.
"For us, it's tough to lose on this road trip".