On this episode of The Void, The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor breaks down how LaMelo Ball became the runaway Rookie of the Year front-runner and has exceeded all expectations coming out of the NBA draft. He breaks down LaMelo’s excellent playmaking skills, surprisingly great shooting ability, and the improvements he’s made on the defensive side of the floor. Kevin also talks to The Ringer’s Mirin Fader about LaMelo’s development in Lithuania and the NBL and how it has shaped the basketball player he’s become today.
Is LaMelo Ball a Future MVP?
On this episode of ‘The Void,’ Kevin O’Connor highlights LaMelo’s excellent playmaking and shooting skills before chatting with Mirin Fader about the youngest Ball’s development in Lithuania
Verno and KOC debate who will step up alongside Jimmy Butler for the Heat and are in agreement that Luka Doncic will continue to go off in his series against the Warriors
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