That wasn't too bad, but then he stated that LeBron signing with the Lakers would be great for his career because his son Lonzo Ball would make him a better player. But he broke the streak Tuesday when he went on a tour of FOX Sports 1's programming, including sitting down with Colin Cowherd on "The Herd".
"I don't think it's going to happen", he said.
"I just got back [on the court]", Ball told ESPN at the Big Baller Brand Junior Basketball Association media day at Citizens Business Bank Arena, where he joined his father and brothers. "For him to be considered better than Jordan, his narrative has to be everywhere he's went, he's won ... to justify that he's the best player in the world ever, he's got to win a couple more championships somewhere else".
Together, they helped the Lakers post a 35-47 record, an improvement of nine wins over Los Angeles' 2016-17 mark.
I can't wait to hear how LaVar spins it when the Lakers end up trading Lonzo for LeBron.