On Saturday night, Lonzo Ball became the youngest player in NBA history to record a triple-double, as the Los Angeles Lakers fell to the Milwaukee Bucks, 98-90. The Lakers were a +10 in the 38 minutes that Lonzo was on the court, and a ghastly -18 in the 10 minutes that he was off. In this installment of Laker Film Room, I take a look at Lonzo’s historic night, which included 4 blocks and 3 steals, the 2nd unit’s difficulty with short rolls, and Kyle Kuzma’s solid performance.
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