BOSTON — From the very first moment he touched the ball, Lonzo Ball was booed by the Boston faithful.
While this wasn’t the same vitriolic level of booing that Jason Kidd experienced during Nets-Celtics playoff days, Ball nevertheless got his first Boston-style greeting followed by a double-digit loss to the Celtics.
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Welcome to the rivalry, kid.
“It’s their home, I’d boo too if I was a fan,” said Ball, who also admittedly had his brother LiAngelo Ball and his recent arrest and release on bail in