Lakers head coach Luke Walton told reporters he just tunes out any criticism that comes his way via LaVar Ball.
In an interview with ESPN's Jeff Goodman, LaVar Ball says the Lakers are not playing for coach Luke Walton any longer and the second-year coach has lost control of the team.
Dallas Mavericks head coach and NBA Coaches Association president Rick Carlisle was not pleased with ESPN's publication of a story that centered around LaVar Ball saying Luke Walton has lost the Lakers locker room.
After failing to trade for Anthony Davis at the trade deadline, the Los Angeles Lakers and their newfound chemistry questions sit 10th in the Western Conference. According to Lonzo Ball's dad LaVar, their recent on-court issues can be traced directly to coach Luke Walton.
Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton has reportedly discussed a coaching role with former teammate Lamar Odom.
LaVar Ball won't affect whether the Lakers select his son Lonzo in the upcoming NBA draft, Lakers president Magic Johnson told ESPN's Jeff Goodman.