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Lonzo Ball recored a triple-double in his first ever home game as a member of the Chicago Bulls. 

The former UCLA star was facing his former team the New Orleans Pelicans and the Bulls absolutely blew them out 128-112. 

Ball finished the game with 17 points, ten rebounds and ten assists. 

Therefore, in his first home game on his new team; he beat his former team, got a triple-double and got the win. 

Pretty impressive night for the former second two overall pick. 

The play that got him his tenth assist for the triple-double was a lob to his teammate  Alex Caruso (who also played with him on the Los Angels Lakers).

The clip of the lob can be seen in a tweet that is embedded below from Bleacher Report. 

Ball played the first two seasons of his career on the Lakers, then the next two on the Pelicans and now he is in his fifth season in the NBA and first on the Bulls. 

It looks like he might have found a home. 

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