The Indiana Pacers discussed Lonzo Ball two weeks ago, according to J Michael of the IndyStar.
The report from Michael on Tuesday can be seen in a chain of Tweets that are embedded below.
H/t NBA Central who's Tweet can be seen in a post embedded below, and who's article can be read here at this link.
Ball spent the first two years of his career with the Los Angeles Lakers after being the number two overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft and has since spent the last two years in New Orleans with the Pelicans.
He is a restricted a free agent this off-season.
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