If there was ever any real debate on who was the best at basketball amongst the Ball brothers, there certainly isn’t one now, After all, while Lonzo Ball is a high-value role player in the NBA, LaMelo Ball is the one with genuine superstar potential.
Heck, even in their contests within the bounds of the NBA, individually, the younger Ball was miles ahead of his brother.
Now admittedly, this only became apparent once both brothers played each other in the NBA. However, if you were to ever ask Melo, he has always been the better player.
And if you ever asked him for proof, he’d probably do nothing more than simply point a certain famous clip out to you.
And admittedly, it’s a rather hilarious one.
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LaMelo Ball once had Lonzo Ball falling over during one of their backyard 1v1 games
Unfortunately for Lonzo Ball, this moment also happened during an interview with ESPN, meaning the whole world saw him touching floor against his wild younger brother.
Take a look at the YouTube clip below to see this moment go down in all its glory.
We must say that this was perhaps a case of Zo simply tripping over himself more than anything else. However, since it is nearly impossible to prove, Melo is likely just going to hold this over his brother’s head for the rest of their lives.
And given how much the Ball brothers love talking trash to each other, we’d expect nothing less.
What is the latest on Lonzo Ball’s knee injury?
If you have been keeping an eye on the now Bulls guard, you know that for the past year, his knee injury has been going through complication after complication, making him unable to take the court during that time frame.
Fans of the Bulls have been hoping that conditions improve soon, and indeed they have. However, it has been slow at best.
As per recent reports, the player has only now regained the ability to put his weight on the knee. And so, while there are positives to be taken here, he is still a long, long way away from being back out on an NBA floor.
Get well soon, Zo.
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