LaVar Ball says Lakers 'don't know how to coach' his son Lonzo

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LaVar Ball sent some criticisms towards the Lakers saying they were coaching his son too soft, suggesting to give Lonzo more time rather than pull him out of games.

LaVar Ball took a break from arguing with ostensibly the most powerful man on the planet for a more typical dad spat-calling out his son's coach. Well that kid plays in the National Basketball Association now, and his dad isn't any different. "I think it's going to be a lot of fun", Ball told reporters about facing Fox. Long story short, Byron says guys like LaVar need to shut their traps and let the coaches coach. I tell him to go get the victory. Zach Randolph went off early and coach Luke Walton took Lopez out early because of it. Lopez continues to be a victim of game script and pace, especially in losses. "'Be patient with him?' Ain't no patience if you're winning". "I see tendencies in his game-they're trying to baby him a little bit".

"They're letting it go too easy, saying they're a young team", he said.

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The Lakers ran a set play in which Ball was thrown an alley-oop pass, and in one motion the rookie caught the ball and threw down a one-handed dunk on 7-footer Willie Cauley-Stein.

Walton doesn't share Ball's philosophy. "Every day we try to get better so just coming out here with the confidence that we can beat these teams is big for us". "The important thing for us is that we learn from our mistakes, we keep our head up, we keep working and grinding away to get where we all want to be". But he says that his problem isn't with Walton himself.

"I think he's done a phenomenal job as a father with Lonzo", Walton added Tuesday, per Lakers Nation's Matthew Moreno.

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