Lonzo Ball's "Outdated" Nas Comments Emphasize Rap's Generation Gap
The last thing Lonzo Ball needed was more controversy.
The No. 2 pick in this year’s NBA draft and new Los Angeles Lakers star has been stuck in the eye of the storm his father created around him since he reached national attention. To let LaVar Ball tell it, his son is already comparable to LeBron James and Michael Jordan. In fact, LaVar has gone so far as to say he would have beaten Michael Jordan in 1-on-1 back in the day. He also said that his son would sign for nothing less than $1 billion dollars over 10 years, and that he would only play for the Lakers. READ MORE @ HIPHOPDX