Colin Cowherd: The moment when LA lost its shot at King James

Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball '100 percent' after knee treatment

Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball '100 percent' after knee treatment

Ohm Youngmisuk has covered the Giants, Jets and the National Football League since 2006.

Because it's the day the Lakers lost their shot at landing LeBron James?

Lonzo Ball, who played in just 52 games during his rookie season, is back on the court and "100 percent" following a knee procedure according to a report by ESPN.

LaVar says winning in a Lakers uniform would do the most for LeBron's legacy, which is why he'll head to Hollywood. I told you to call him LA'Bron. "But I have been lifting weights".

In his rookie season, Ball averaged 10.2 points, 7.2 assists, 6.9 rebounds and 1.7 steals in just over 34 minutes per game. "They [treated] it and it feels good now".

"I told you to call him LA 'Bron", LaVar Ball said.

The Lakers want Ball, 20, to get bigger and stronger to be able to stay on the court and avoid injury.

"Just keep working. As simple as it is, don't make it any harder than it has to be", Ball said of his summer goals. "For me, just getting in the gym and get better". LaVar said Tuesday morning, during an appearance on FOX Sports' Undisputed, that he doesn't think LeBron will sign with L.A. -he knows it will happen.

He has also played in each of the past eight NBA Finals. "I am trying to critique everything and fine tune and get ready for next year".

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