Ice Cube on Lonzo Ball’s rookie season: ‘So far, so good’ | UNDISPUTED



Ice Cube, Clyde Drexler, Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe talk Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball. How should we judge his first year in the NBA?

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  1. lonzo.. transcendent.. he's helped change the culture of the lakers. it's a ball moving lakers. one that we haven't seen in decades, tbh. although it's not "absolutely spectacular" right now.. the fact that he's aided in changing that alone.. is a good baseline to being a "transcendent" type player

  2. Clyde that is because you stayed 3 or 4 years in college back then. You guys came in the league at 21 or 22. Not 19. Tell the entire story. Isaiah was a scorer as well. They compare Lonzo to players who dominate the ball

  3. I really like Shannon's analogy: "Getting a A grade for what the teacher thinks you might do instead of what you actually wrote." He makes a great point but I'm not convinced that Lonzo is a bust yet. He needs to develop like every other rookie and we need to stop grading him based on who his father is.

  4. Alot of these players got to get bigger. They are tall like lebron 6'8 6'9 but look like their 195-200.they more worried about ig and twitter followers than trying to improve there game

  5. Lonzo need more time to develop.not only his shot,but mentally also,and he must go to the rim jus like other good pg's,and then he will be a solid player…

  6. Both Cube & Clyde had some points. Yes give rookies time to develop their game. We treat rookies as if they’re in their 5th season to say if they’re a bust or not. At the same time, I spoke on this before: if you’re drafted Top 5 in the NBA, then you’re labeled as NBA Ready. Honestly, if it wasn’t for LaVar Ball, Lonzo would’ve probably been drafted late in the 1st round or early 2nd round

  7. All Lonzo gotta do is fix that broken shot because his basketball IQ is off the charts. He can’t be aggressive when he has to shoot across his body and step back to get open.

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