Hi, this is Tania Ganguli, Lakers beat reporter for the Los Angeles Times, here with your weekly newsletter.
As soon as Lonzo Ball notched his first career triple-double, becoming the youngest player in NBA history to do so, I checked in with a friend who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers.
“Let me know if LeBron says anything,” I said.
I knew he’d have something to say. It was James’ record that Ball broke after all. James had his first triple double at 20 years and 20 days, while Ball did it at 20 years and 15 days. James has seemed to enjoy tossing little bits of chum into the “Is he going to the Lakers?” water here and there. Ball’s first triple double afforded him a great opportunity to do so.
Knicks should have drafted Dennis Smith Jr.
Phoenix Suns, who are 5-10 and will face the Lakers in Los Angeles on Friday.
The Lakers have played several Eastern Conference contenders, and their schedule will only get harder playing the West’s best teams. The West, of course, is the much stronger of the conferences and includes the defending champion Golden State
Article source: http://www.latimes.com/sports/lakers/la-sp-lakers-newsletter-20171116-story.html
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