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How to Destroy an NBA Career: The Tragic Lonzo Ball Story

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  • Lonzo Ball's poor health stems from far more than what meets the eye.
    Patreon: / dylandoesbasketball
    Twitter: / dylanhoops
    Tracks Used (in order): pastebin.com/9vsduGXT
    Chapters:
    00:00 - The Hype Machine
    03:21 - Workaholic
    08:38 - Big Baller Brand Problems
    12:24 - Team Training
    14:24 - LA isn’t so fun after all
    18:27 - New Orleans Roller coaster
    20:04 - Fun in Chicago
    21:10 - A Living Nightmare
    23:21 - Will he ever be the same?

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  • @GoldDeagle999
    @GoldDeagle999 ปีที่แล้ว +6515

    His career isn’t over. Lonzo when healthy is 100% better than Ben Simmons rn.

    • @taylormalone1050
      @taylormalone1050 ปีที่แล้ว +578

      I'd say it is. He's had major injuries for 5 years now. You don't magically develop durability by aging further. He might land some small contracts but he wont ever make big money like his brother.

    • @GoldDeagle999
      @GoldDeagle999 ปีที่แล้ว +226

      @@taylormalone1050 the main knock on his game skill wise was the shooting and he drastically changed that. Great defender, IQ, teammate, passer. And he was shooting an amazing percent from 3. He’s still young too, he’s not 29 or anything where it’ll end his career forever. Players have had major injuries multiple times and still made an impact. He is not Lamelo star level, but he can still be a borderline all star, a 3rd/4th best player on a contender. Look at draymond, or Simmons pre mental issues. These dudes are elite defenders and passers, and they have major appeal from teams just off that. Even when other parts of their game struggle. And Lonzo has proven he can be more than just a pass first defender, He evolved his scoring and aggression.

    • @justinlu251
      @justinlu251 ปีที่แล้ว +264

      Not a high bar tbh

    • @theprocessss
      @theprocessss ปีที่แล้ว +143

      That’s not saying anything at all

    • @nicolasmartinez795
      @nicolasmartinez795 ปีที่แล้ว +169

      NBA youtubers write off a dude that's literally 25 then act surprised when they bounce back

  • @danfryling9484
    @danfryling9484 ปีที่แล้ว +1559

    I have always felt sorry for him. His Dad put so much pressure on him and wearing those crappy shoes just ruined him.

    • @RandalfElVikingo
      @RandalfElVikingo ปีที่แล้ว

      Must suck for your dad to pimp you until you can't work anymore.

    • @slashismyhommie8182
      @slashismyhommie8182 ปีที่แล้ว +79

      Same, but gotta say, the pool therapy instead of treadmill might have been the better option.
      Don't underestimate pool therapy for recovery.

    • @tiffanyingram3444
      @tiffanyingram3444 ปีที่แล้ว

      Omg

    • @Ashened0
      @Ashened0 ปีที่แล้ว +14

      @@slashismyhommie8182 I've got to imagine they were doing pool therapy, but just didn't film him doing it obviously.

    • @slashismyhommie8182
      @slashismyhommie8182 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@Ashened0 you make it sound like some type of porno

  • @Angelica_Rodriguez39
    @Angelica_Rodriguez39 ปีที่แล้ว +1185

    This is what happens when parents try way too hard to live through their kids. I hope this guy is able to rebound soon.

    • @marekfalk5369
      @marekfalk5369 ปีที่แล้ว +24

      got nothing to do wiht lavar, lonzo got a bad injury

    • @farq2688
      @farq2688 ปีที่แล้ว +75

      @@marekfalk5369 NOGot EVERYTHING to do with lavar

    • @micahjohnson138
      @micahjohnson138 ปีที่แล้ว +16

      Well without the dad he would never be in the nba

    • @dtimms
      @dtimms ปีที่แล้ว +9

      Huh, what? So you're saying that Lonzo's being injured is the fathers fault? Huh?

    • @farq2688
      @farq2688 ปีที่แล้ว +18

      @@dtimms Yes the doctors told lonzo his bones look like that of a 84 year old manYou do understand lavar had less than $222.00 in his bank accountliving in a shit~house "Just look at old pictures when the boys were young"lavar worked his boys way to hardPS PLEASE DO NOT BE MAD AT ME FOR TELLING YOU THE TRUTH

  • @cristianziglioli4316
    @cristianziglioli4316 ปีที่แล้ว +235

    Lavar is the one responsible , not knowing anything about training , he literally miss trained and over worked lonzo while he was developing and growing. Also nutrition is also a big part when you are being trained as hard as he was training these kids. It is crazy how Lavar has now disappeared.

    • @johnhernandez3134
      @johnhernandez3134 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      No, it's not Lavar's fault. It's everyone else's fault.

    • @AttilatheThrilla
      @AttilatheThrilla ปีที่แล้ว +4

      @@johnhernandez3134Neva Lost

    • @Originalman144
      @Originalman144 10 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Lavar did a fantastic job with his sons. People are haters and don't like to see black fathers this involved and shaking up the established system where white coaches and agents and financial advisors use these kids up until they are discarded.

    • @dennyshawyer1993
      @dennyshawyer1993 10 วันที่ผ่านมา

      He got all of he's kids to the NBA didn't he? Not a fan of loud mouth people because I am one 😂

  • @justifiabledoubt
    @justifiabledoubt ปีที่แล้ว +539

    Despite the influence of his father, who I think is a self-absorbed, greedy, presumptuous narcissist, Lonzo seems to be a very genuine guy. His potential is undeniable, and I hope that he'll come back and be able to fulfill it.

    • @joshuapatrick682
      @joshuapatrick682 ปีที่แล้ว +41

      true, but as I have said for years. Inside every "prodigy" is a pre teen wondering why thier dad makes them play/practice 40 hours a week.

    • @The_Jazziest_Coffee
      @The_Jazziest_Coffee ปีที่แล้ว +8

      @@joshuapatrick682 what's wild is that playing that much isn't really detrimental to a person's health, IF under the right mindset and proper coaching
      i can only imagine when the opposite is true and it's a forceful routine

    • @thatzatz
      @thatzatz 11 หลายเดือนก่อน +10

      How is he self absorbed? I've never seen someone promote their kids so much and encourage them to reach their full potential like Lavar Ball

    • @justifiabledoubt
      @justifiabledoubt 11 หลายเดือนก่อน +20

      @@thatzatz If you can't see that he's a self-centered, self-absorbed narcissist and that he loves himself more than everyone else, you should evaluate what else you aren't able to see, bro.

    • @sugc3209
      @sugc3209 10 หลายเดือนก่อน

      ​@@justifiabledoubtso true he is really a bad guy and bad father i just wished every parents was bad parents like him then no kids would have been broke , homeless , criminal , drug addicts and every kids would lead a healthy life , no bad habits , rich as f,ck , it would have destroyed all the kids if everyone had a bad father like lavar ball .

  • @Sai4651
    @Sai4651 ปีที่แล้ว +3662

    Can we talk about how whenever Lonzo gets injured, his team suddenly starts losing. It really shows how important and impactful he is to winning.

    • @drasconboy6349
      @drasconboy6349 ปีที่แล้ว +190

      I'm pretty sure everyone knows how special Lonzo is, the main problem is that ankle and if he can't recover than that's a problem

    • @AlexandreG
      @AlexandreG ปีที่แล้ว +62

      Other than the Bulls, that has never happened in his other teams. He got injured at the same time as LeBron or BI. In the Bulls it was Caruso and DeMar too

    • @xastric6944
      @xastric6944 ปีที่แล้ว +47

      @@AlexandreG yeah no shit, lonzo was a rookie in the lakers lmfao

    • @almightykoopa1175
      @almightykoopa1175 ปีที่แล้ว +22

      Bro how can u say his career is over? U made a whole video on how his "Tragic" career and he's 26 years old

    • @drewwilson6299
      @drewwilson6299 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      @@AlexandreG it happened his 2nd season, when bron came to the lakers

  • @Drouz33
    @Drouz33 ปีที่แล้ว +47

    This is a common thing in Chicago with the medical staff rushing rehab. We've seen it in D Rose, Jimmy, Caruso, Lavine list goes on

    • @SavageJarJar
      @SavageJarJar 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

      D Rose is such a tragedy

  • @Kyrogus
    @Kyrogus ปีที่แล้ว +53

    Stephen Curry notoriously dealt with ankle injuries for the first several years of his career. Here's to hoping Zo can work his way back to an incredible career!!! Rooting for him all the way

    • @leob4403
      @leob4403 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      Twisted ankles not severe knee injuries

    • @Kyrogus
      @Kyrogus ปีที่แล้ว

      @@leob4403 true, but still hoping Lonzo can make a comeback

    • @Nazisarelame
      @Nazisarelame ปีที่แล้ว +3

      you Lonzo fanboys are absolutely delusional. He has done nothing for any of the 3 organizations he's played for and you still compare him to Steph Curry

    • @Kyrogus
      @Kyrogus ปีที่แล้ว +10

      @@Nazisarelame bruh I never said he was Steph Curry I said hopefully he can make a come back from injury 😂

    • @FatGouf
      @FatGouf 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

      The fuck is "Zo"?

  • @Tyrunner0097
    @Tyrunner0097 ปีที่แล้ว +562

    When I was in HS football, our coaches constantly encouraged us to be involved in a winter or spring sport, and practically everyone did. Some did basketball, some did wrestling, some did baseball, and the rest of us did track & field.
    I remember always reading about great players in each sport starring in other sports in high school, and they didn't specialize until college or even professional. That's why I feel better that Giannis also played soccer when he was younger, so he didn't just focus on basketball.

    • @thegadflygang5381
      @thegadflygang5381 ปีที่แล้ว +29

      I agree with the principle but in this modern era that just Isnt going to cut it anymore. When Danny Ainge or Bo Jackson were killing it in multiple sports you didnt have 10 year old kids working with kiniesiologists, strength coaches, and studying the sport 5 hours a day. The line for success is so slim when you get serious you need to focus almost exclusively on your sport
      I box and now coach, it is a little different because so much more is involved in success and you cant spar hard 7 days a week so i encourage my guys to do different things like chess or what usually happens is video games, to keep their reflexes and mind sharp.
      But hockey, basketball or a QB, etc. Those real fined tuned specialty sports and positions need devotion

    • @bingusenjoyer197
      @bingusenjoyer197 ปีที่แล้ว +71

      @@thegadflygang5381 the goal isn’t to be a jack of all trades in 3 different sports, it’s to have one main sport that you are most invested in and play other sports on the side to train other parts of your mind and muscles and let them recover. also you absolutely can still find success playing multiple sports growing up. patrick mahomes played football, baseball, and basketball growing up, and hes now already a top 10 quarterback in nba history in 6 seasons. lebron played multiple sports and he became the consensus second greatest NBA player ever.
      when kids only focus on one sport, their health is put in jeopardy, and their skills in their sport become more narrow. playing another sport on the side will improve skills in your main sport. patrick mahomes is able to throw so far and accurately because of his baseball experience. mahomes is able to make amazing split second plays because of the fast pace of basketball.
      playing multiple sports also keeps kids from burnout on their main sport, which leads them to cut corners in training and leads them to even quit altogether.

    • @EzeAsuoha
      @EzeAsuoha ปีที่แล้ว +7

      @@bingusenjoyer197 imma put Mahomes at 11. Kevin Love is a much better nba quarterback

    • @classicstorm
      @classicstorm ปีที่แล้ว +2

      That's a good idea I did that in middle school I decided to run track when basketball season was done...gave them both up in high school though...

    • @SoulMan3717
      @SoulMan3717 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Great advice. I meant it. It takes da pressure off from concentrating on one sport!

  • @huricanethreeonesix
    @huricanethreeonesix ปีที่แล้ว +2157

    Great video. Lonzo had so much hype and controversy behind him, but when it all died down you could see he was a humble hard working kid. Hope he finds a way to have a fruitful career.

    • @de4ds1ghtcsgo94
      @de4ds1ghtcsgo94 ปีที่แล้ว +27

      He's good at the things he does.

    • @de4ds1ghtcsgo94
      @de4ds1ghtcsgo94 ปีที่แล้ว +38

      He's an elite all around role player

    • @flonkas
      @flonkas ปีที่แล้ว +6

      Fully agree

    • @gutrffd
      @gutrffd ปีที่แล้ว +3

      only goat lavar can teach him how to play basketball

    • @chironjo
      @chironjo ปีที่แล้ว +9

      Good kid. I hope he has a great life.

  • @t3avelos
    @t3avelos ปีที่แล้ว +86

    When you see the deformities caused to nba players' feet by years of balling, you immediately realize how critical is the shoe for the correct support of the whole body. Pity for Lonzo, I hope he recovers somehow.

    • @gleebybooer
      @gleebybooer 16 วันที่ผ่านมา

      It can also happen to you if you did a lot of sports young if you are not careful. I used to have a small arch in my foot but I have been running since the 6th grade in. ross country, track, (30-40+ miles a week consistently. I had major knee and foot pain and the doctor told me my arch is gone lol. My feet literally slap against the ground because they are like basically pancakes now and my toes have shifted sideways slightly. I don’t regret sports but I have lots of surgeries for knees and feet in the future, and I wish I knew that before I started.

  • @rilokiley3731
    @rilokiley3731 ปีที่แล้ว +24

    Actually really good documentary/recap of his career. Didnt expect to enjoy watching this for 27 minutes without realizing time passing by so fast. You did a great job.

  • @claudep.1926
    @claudep.1926 ปีที่แล้ว +1824

    Man, I feel bad for the kid. Great player surrounded by greedy people. That sneaker ruined his health.

    • @richardgrayson6638
      @richardgrayson6638 ปีที่แล้ว +28

      Yup!!

    • @David-vd7xv
      @David-vd7xv ปีที่แล้ว +38

      He was just as greedy as anyone !

    • @_j_t_p_
      @_j_t_p_ ปีที่แล้ว +90

      hes doing way better than anyone youll probably ever meet. save the feelings for someone who needs it.

    • @soun.slayerTTV
      @soun.slayerTTV ปีที่แล้ว +4

      He good this is more than a Lil premature

    • @jamesross9906
      @jamesross9906 ปีที่แล้ว +36

      He done his dad ruined him hope his dad stays away from Mello please stay away from him

  • @ATLgamingZ6
    @ATLgamingZ6 ปีที่แล้ว +358

    My coach use to always tell us to chill out, take some days off… Don’t over train it could back fire on you. Every last person he’s coached that went pro had long careers. No injuries. And he coached quite a few

    • @mcNuggetMuncher
      @mcNuggetMuncher ปีที่แล้ว

      Your coach sounds like a lazy guy

    • @drcharlesbombay
      @drcharlesbombay ปีที่แล้ว +5

      That sounds like David Goggins, he’s always preaching “days off” 😂😂

    • @ronaldwashington1495
      @ronaldwashington1495 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      He didn't over train!!! HE TURN HIS KNEE! What are you people talking about!? Injuries happen!

    • @peterpan765
      @peterpan765 ปีที่แล้ว

      u right after a work out 48 h pause. we are not machines we are humans.

    • @peterpan765
      @peterpan765 ปีที่แล้ว +11

      @@ronaldwashington1495 oh boy. u know how often he burdened his knee in the past? u ever heard of overload knees?

  • @xyzxyz6406
    @xyzxyz6406 ปีที่แล้ว +42

    I kind of feel bad for Lonzo. He had to be getting a ton of pressure form his pops to wear the BBB shoes and he knew he couldn't play in them and that they were trash but if he didn't wear them it would probably create problems with Lavar. Tough spot to be in. Wish him the best.

  • @stankinmybank
    @stankinmybank 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +7

    NBA version of the Von Erich brothers

  • @James-ke4gq
    @James-ke4gq ปีที่แล้ว +669

    I actually feel so bad for this dude. His crazy father pushing the brand so hard the guy had to change shoes because they’d rip. It’s like fancy star level abuse. Not much different from the horses they make pull carts around New York City. I just hope the dude is happy

    • @arsenioseslpodcast3143
      @arsenioseslpodcast3143 ปีที่แล้ว

      He and his brothers were overrated and trash from the beginning. LaMelo made the all star game like 2-4 years ago, no? And that was HILARIOUS...goes to show you how repulsive the NBA is now. These boys were bench warmers at best, and their loud-mouthed, T.H.UG father did't help

    • @youngboy2pacdrake
      @youngboy2pacdrake ปีที่แล้ว +1

      dont feel bad. lamelo was dehydrated before his last injury

    • @billyyank5807
      @billyyank5807 ปีที่แล้ว +11

      Wtf....that's the most odd comparison and not even the same. You're tripping.

    • @KORANHORACIO
      @KORANHORACIO ปีที่แล้ว +1

      His father got him to the league

    • @terryindachat7296
      @terryindachat7296 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      That was just during the summer league when he had to change shoes, that wasn't for the actual NBA season.

  • @aamcaamc
    @aamcaamc ปีที่แล้ว +1019

    Lets be real the dude has solid career averages 12, 6 & 6 and made 70 million so far in his career. Players rookie contracts are based on draft position, almost certainly his dad made him more money by tricking the league into drafting him way higher than he should have gone. If he wasn't training 5 days a week since age 12 he probably doesn't make the league. Even if he retired tomorrow he already made 70 million and never has to work another day in his life.

    • @emjay1249
      @emjay1249 ปีที่แล้ว +127

      He won in the game of life but his career isn't worth the mention

    • @revanthmunnangi5319
      @revanthmunnangi5319 ปีที่แล้ว +195

      @@emjay1249 '
      nah if you saw him on the bulls before the injury he was up to something. And his defense is VERY underrated

    • @whatthesus7
      @whatthesus7 ปีที่แล้ว +73

      @@revanthmunnangi5319 yeah honestly idk how his career is tragic. Sure in Los Angeles he wasn't great, but in Chicago he's been pretty decent. His defense looked fantastic.

    • @reaper_is_unavailable
      @reaper_is_unavailable ปีที่แล้ว +33

      remember that a lot of that 70mil was and is going to health fees, trainers, and especially health fees.

    • @aamcaamc
      @aamcaamc ปีที่แล้ว +35

      Are you Lonzo's accountant?

  • @hafblkhafamazin6179
    @hafblkhafamazin6179 9 หลายเดือนก่อน +24

    Damn, dude loves his old man to no end. So sad that due to his unconditional love, and ultimately loyalty to his father, it cost him the NBA career he worked so hard for and rightfully deserved without all the unfortunate circumstances.

    • @user-dx6ss1pu8m
      @user-dx6ss1pu8m 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

      His father is the only reason he got into the NBA. The disrespect on Lavar is crazy. None of them have to play BBALL if they don’t want. They all got money. They pick this life

    • @diggingmystyle
      @diggingmystyle 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Lonzo made plenty of money to last for generations. Stop hating on Lavar for hyping him up before the draft.

  • @j91632
    @j91632 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    I broke both of my ankles at once just walking down the street wearing those damn BBB's 😡.

  • @DanoFSmith-yc9tg
    @DanoFSmith-yc9tg ปีที่แล้ว +780

    He seems like such a polite and respectful kid, it sucks to see him hurt all the time, he doesn’t deserve that.

    • @spaceshipenterprise9062
      @spaceshipenterprise9062 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      @ user-cn7k5pf6k, he is not a kid......

    • @mikewilliams9069
      @mikewilliams9069 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      @@j109joell he's a quitter

    • @jsn14
      @jsn14 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      Also he can improve. For example steve nash who became borderline allstar at 6th year but really blossomed after he turned 30. He was bit hyped tho

    • @Nirvanafan96
      @Nirvanafan96 ปีที่แล้ว +20

      @@j109joell he is a kid to people over 30

    • @ILikesports360
      @ILikesports360 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      At least he’s getting millions for it

  • @lukamagicc
    @lukamagicc ปีที่แล้ว +73

    I always didn’t like his dad because he seemed more greedy than “rooting for his children’s success”. This just certifies it to me. Kid deserved better

    • @I.am_Groot
      @I.am_Groot ปีที่แล้ว +5

      Yeah Lonzo paid the biggest price for his pops cash grab clown act. He is ok though got a nice contract and on a team that with the right coach might make a playoff run.

    • @aedinquinn8687
      @aedinquinn8687 ปีที่แล้ว

      None of these comments are based on factual medical reports, instead criticized Mr Lavar Ball. Mr Lavar is a brilliant business man; Mr Lavsr Ball need to revisit basketball league in Africa. LaMelo Ball is presently rehabbing an injury. Aedin

    • @SuperRobertoClemente
      @SuperRobertoClemente ปีที่แล้ว +2

      He was a Trump-era con man-- make as much noise as you can, skim profits, screw the future.

    • @sarbrevin8050
      @sarbrevin8050 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

      ok Lavar 🤣@@aedinquinn8687

  • @duelina
    @duelina ปีที่แล้ว +17

    This is crazy I had one broken arm and it impacted me a lot I can only imagine how much all these could effect his game especially as a top tier athlete

    • @yutikoo
      @yutikoo หลายเดือนก่อน

      with what lol

  • @doccshady3609
    @doccshady3609 ปีที่แล้ว +18

    This is why I always say you should do auxiliary sports in the offseason of your main sport to both keep in shape and round out your muscles and flexibility.

    • @drygnfyre
      @drygnfyre หลายเดือนก่อน

      Mykel Thompson said the same thing. He said he never played basketball in the offseason, he always played other sports. And he was almost never injured despite a long career.

  • @JapseyeSpecs
    @JapseyeSpecs ปีที่แล้ว +253

    His dad created issues for him. Painted a target on his back and put way too much pressure on him.

    • @tommurphy4307
      @tommurphy4307 ปีที่แล้ว +32

      when the lakers traded him away- the real plus was they got rid of the old man, too

    • @raymondgrillot497
      @raymondgrillot497 ปีที่แล้ว

      You got that right. His father was a training tyrant. He wanted his boys to do what he couldn't

    • @allstopblue5717
      @allstopblue5717 ปีที่แล้ว +19

      Lavar really did put a major target on Lonzo’s back. Magic Johnson too. Remember Magic pointing and saying his Jersey will be in the rafters. he hadnt even played a single game yet. That amount of pressure is insane and was flat out unnecessary.

    • @boogityboo1467
      @boogityboo1467 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      How much is Nike paying you to spread these lies about BBB?!?! Mr. Ball has a legit shoe that ALL professional players should be wearing!!!

    • @Alvan81
      @Alvan81 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      I would also love to know what a sports medicine doctor or pediatrician thinks about young kids on that training program? And it was concrete? Plus I just noticed it looks like he has knee braces on in college or high school? WTF

  • @xwarrrmongerx22
    @xwarrrmongerx22 ปีที่แล้ว +200

    When my son was in HS the trainer would tell me why basketball players get hurt more often than football players because the training and playing they do. She said the worst thing you can do to your body is play basketball year round. Especially going from the gym to the outside courts, concrete courts fuck up your knees and ankles because there’s no bounce/cushion like in the gym. Plus your body needs time to recover. She said in HS it’s best to play multiple sports so your muscles can adapt.

    • @castlechris
      @castlechris ปีที่แล้ว +4

      no the worst thing you can do to your body is do what I do year round, these guys legs would literally snap hour one

    • @eugenehofmann4013
      @eugenehofmann4013 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      @@castlechris what do you do?

    • @SC-mw2yc
      @SC-mw2yc ปีที่แล้ว +27

      Their dysfunctional dad had everything to do with their success and their injuries. He sacrificed his sons health in exchange for money and fame. Yea two of them are millionaires and the thirds a bust, but will be limping well into their 40’s and up. I’m sure they would not change a thing in exchange for the cheddar 😂

    • @roxjaw2895
      @roxjaw2895 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@SC-mw2yc Without their "dysfunctional" dad they wouldn't be where they are. You seem like a hater you'll trade your life for theirs anyday

    • @SC-mw2yc
      @SC-mw2yc ปีที่แล้ว +2

      @@roxjaw2895 …yea, broken down bodies and such. I wouldn’t trade anything to live as a Ball family member, money and all bru….

  • @danpeters8882
    @danpeters8882 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +5

    The father's arrogance and grotesque ego destroyed their careers

  • @dr.woozie7500
    @dr.woozie7500 ปีที่แล้ว +12

    The whole BBB situation and Lavar Ball in 2018 was a fever dream. It was one of the most entertaining things coming out of the the NBA.

  • @thehungrysage
    @thehungrysage ปีที่แล้ว +323

    Mmm if I remember correctly, Curry went through a lot of ankle issues the first like two or three years of his career. I think Lonzo should ask for better trainers or hire a personal trainer to work on his issues. His career isn’t over, but it definitely has been set back by the injuries. Derrick Rose is still playing even after all those knee injuries… I doubt lonzo will just retire

    • @qualicumjack3906
      @qualicumjack3906 ปีที่แล้ว +21

      Steph Curry also had the most 30 point games by any rookie since Lebron James, it’s not comparable

    • @thehungrysage
      @thehungrysage ปีที่แล้ว +83

      @@qualicumjack3906 not comparing the two in terms of talent just comparing the two in situation… just saying if curry gave up after consistent injury after three years, we wouldn’t have had the greatest shooter to ever exist. Not saying lonzo would become an all time great, but he is at the very least, a solid, high iq point guard. He should continue to find ways to correct things like curry did.

    • @lucasrego3874
      @lucasrego3874 ปีที่แล้ว +7

      Problem is Lonzo seems to have a lot of issues when it comes to injuries. Currys issue were only the ankles so way easier to fix. Pretty sure he played/plays with ankle supports and his shoe line also helps him with that. Lonzo has had multiple injuries in different areas so its way harder to solve

    • @smbenga2
      @smbenga2 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      @@lucasrego3874 For the most part, Lonzo has either had ankle or knee injuries. At the beginning of his time in the league, it was a few ankle tweaks and more recently it’s been knee injuries

    • @sizmicmedia334
      @sizmicmedia334 ปีที่แล้ว +17

      @Bigdic Daddy2 Stupid name, stupid take. Everyone doesn't have to be a scorer to be a successful player. Rondo comes to mind. Lonzo is a high IQ, pass first PG with great defensive ability. a perfect formula for career longevity minus injury issues.

  • @THEEJoeSmith
    @THEEJoeSmith ปีที่แล้ว +132

    I think his dad knew he had bad knees and tried to sell before anyone knew I remember him saying his son was basically damaged goods back when Zo was in HS

    • @DameDash20
      @DameDash20 ปีที่แล้ว +36

      He said that the year he got hurt in his second season

    • @yungratpoison
      @yungratpoison ปีที่แล้ว +7

      holy shit guys its the mma fighter james johnson

    • @hyugahablak1186
      @hyugahablak1186 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      He said that during the 3rd Season of the NBA when he said Zo was damaged goods after a fight over the brand during the Alan situation

    • @dimwg1319
      @dimwg1319 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      His dad speaks too much and also knows too much. 😂😂😂

    • @BULSHYTT
      @BULSHYTT ปีที่แล้ว

      Yup. His brothers were trained likely same way. Shoes might have played a part in assisting injuries but he was already slightly damaged in the past before nba

  • @MMCLLC7
    @MMCLLC7 4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Your content is truly incredible. Ive never cared about basketball like that, besides playing it, because I felt like there was too much history/lore and id never catch up. The way you combile information from through the years and package it in a way i can understand and appreciate is dope

  • @micky2549
    @micky2549 18 วันที่ผ่านมา +1

    Lonzo is so chill, i cant even remember what his voice sounds like. At all. I sure as hell know what his pops sounds like.

  • @eprjct
    @eprjct ปีที่แล้ว +497

    I can really see him aside from his father, he was no arrogance or shouting for attention when things were going his way. His father did that part for him, but I'm impressed when he finally manned up and tell his father to shut it. I hope he recovers and don't end up as the what-ifs.

    • @realamerican8069
      @realamerican8069 ปีที่แล้ว +29

      Wtf are you talking about?!

    • @donnyg9993
      @donnyg9993 ปีที่แล้ว +25

      His career is far from over. He’s one of the best defenders in the league when healthy

    • @Heatfan1214
      @Heatfan1214 ปีที่แล้ว +21

      @@realamerican8069 people say anything these days lol

    • @Kap_NYC
      @Kap_NYC ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@realamerican8069 ???

    • @cedricasdfghjkl9151
      @cedricasdfghjkl9151 ปีที่แล้ว +27

      I don't think he told Lavar to shut up. Lavar himself may have stopped, cause he is smart enough to know, that he did his part. He helped his boys get extra attention to add to their phenomenal playing. Now, since they're in the league, they can let their game do the talking. And even if Lonzo told him to do so, Lavar still listened and did it. Cause he understood To, and as I mentioned ahead, he knows he did his part.

  • @alphanova1583
    @alphanova1583 ปีที่แล้ว +89

    Beautiful. Not enough channels talk about the strain players get put through before they ever get into the nba

    • @michaelkitz2090
      @michaelkitz2090 ปีที่แล้ว

      Youth basketball is full of parasites who take advantage of kids

    • @arsenioseslpodcast3143
      @arsenioseslpodcast3143 ปีที่แล้ว

      He and his brothers were overrated and trash from the beginning. LaMelo made the all star game like 2-4 years ago, no? And that was HILARIOUS...goes to show you how repulsive the NBA is now. These boys were bench warmers at best, and their loud-mouthed, T.H.UG father did't help

  • @michaelbell8627
    @michaelbell8627 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    If players in the 50s, 60s, and 70s wore Chuck Taylor’s you can wear bad shoes without getting hurt. His knee was not rehabbed correctly. Meanwhile, his father was a benefit to his career. Without Lavar we wouldn’t know the Ball brothers.

  • @uttermanbo
    @uttermanbo ปีที่แล้ว +13

    LaVar was a role player that waited for a moment to become a star. He couldn't do it on the court himself, but boy did he stretch out his fifteen minutes off the back of his way more talented sons. His sons got the talent, were humble, and looked to be pretty marketable. Unfortunately they allowed their loudmouth father use them to market his terrible shoes, and speak for them.

    • @diggingmystyle
      @diggingmystyle 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

      oh wow....he pushed his sons so hard they're now both multi-multi-multi-millionaires and are set for life before they turn 25.

  • @CalebKing3
    @CalebKing3 ปีที่แล้ว +164

    He still got time and i hope it turns around. People genuinely want to see him succeed

    • @tomhearns143
      @tomhearns143 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      No one cares. Hes rich for being average.

    • @CalebKing3
      @CalebKing3 ปีที่แล้ว +16

      @@tomhearns143 i kinda care, i watched the entire video 😂

    • @mrHoppedupford
      @mrHoppedupford ปีที่แล้ว +2

      No they don’t

    • @chillsillego9599
      @chillsillego9599 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@tomhearns143💯💯💯💯💯

    • @Phinnigga
      @Phinnigga ปีที่แล้ว

      @@CalebKing3 no one cares

  • @MayaaaC
    @MayaaaC ปีที่แล้ว +77

    i really feel for lonzo. he seems like a good kid who just wants to play basketball, and you never hear him getting into any mess (aside from his dad). growing up with a dad like that set him up for failure bc he really didn’t have a choice w/ any or the BBB stuff, and it clearly proved to be a mistake. hope he can get healthy again and show everything he has to offer.

    • @CruddyDave
      @CruddyDave ปีที่แล้ว +1

      his Dad brought him up to be a NBA player wtf are you talking about

    • @ripDenmarkVesey
      @ripDenmarkVesey ปีที่แล้ว +1

      You “really feel for” a professional athlete who has already made over $70,000,000 ?
      He should be feeling for you 😐

    • @beeeeeeeh
      @beeeeeeeh ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Set him up for failure? Lol he never would've even been in the nBa without him neither would his brother they're all multi millionaires ..I think they'll be fine

    • @sdprecords6599
      @sdprecords6599 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      @@CruddyDave bruh, no shit. the point is - you see ur kids talents and you craft it from the shadows/or let them figure out bc if they cant on their own then its already over in the long run. Lamelo didnt see just 1 star brother, but two. Why tf do u think it was a lil easier(just like all younger siblings) for him to grow

    • @CruddyDave
      @CruddyDave ปีที่แล้ว

      @@sdprecords6599 writing paragraphs on youtube…go get a job

  • @iZaners
    @iZaners ปีที่แล้ว +8

    Nearly every player in the NBA was a workaholic from a young age and has been training since they were a toddler. Especially the legacy players.
    I think that wear and tear is only an issue for some, not all.

    • @andrean40
      @andrean40 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      The difference was they tried different sports throughout their youth. Different sport = using different muscles groups so less wear and tear in comparison

    • @alec57
      @alec57 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      It all depends on the style you play with and obviously genetics, everyones built different.
      A player who drives to the basket alot is going to be a ton more injury prone than a pure 3-pt shooter or mid range shooter.

  • @IBNZ1W
    @IBNZ1W ปีที่แล้ว +6

    Take a year off, stick to meal plan and occasional workouts to keep body in shape. He has gotta let his body normalize after such massive surgerys. This is also an issue with many other players, it takes MONTHS for your body to fully heal ankle and knee injuries because of the level of stres they undergo especially on a professional sports level. A career is worth waiting a year for if you still have 10-12 years in the league MINIMUM.

  • @sananto6896
    @sananto6896 ปีที่แล้ว +72

    Normally kids play various sports. But Longo and his brothers played exclusively basketball due to their dad's NBA ambition. So physically their wear and tear is significant, which can account for their constant injuries.

    • @johndoe604
      @johndoe604 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      Thanks Doc

    • @gr8dvd
      @gr8dvd ปีที่แล้ว +16

      💯 Aside from mental fatigue of hyper-focusing on 1 sport, recent study found multi-sport players seem to have fewer injuries when pros.

    • @sananto6896
      @sananto6896 ปีที่แล้ว +13

      @@gr8dvd ....also, I coached youth teams in baseball, soccer and basketball. The multiple sports athletes excelled at high level in high school.

    • @smalltugz
      @smalltugz ปีที่แล้ว +3

      they dont lift which is why they are injured

    • @bmoss12
      @bmoss12 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Maybe, but they wouldn't be in the NBA without it.

  • @40441gogo
    @40441gogo ปีที่แล้ว +71

    As a Bulls fan I never thought i'd see the day dylandoesbasketball makes a video on Lonzo

  • @deepseabassing
    @deepseabassing ปีที่แล้ว +28

    This dude is the definition of bad decisions throughout a career. His dad beating his bones and body at an extreme age to his awful shoes he wore for 2 seasons also messing his body up. Clearly his career would have been different had he not done these things. I hope the youth look at people like Ball, Zion, and Jabari Parker as the reason to allow kids to be a kid.

    • @ts5272
      @ts5272 ปีที่แล้ว

      DO NOT LUMP LONZO BALL IN WITH ZION!!! He is not out banging porn stars and knocking up strippers in every town like a typical NBA POS

    • @Tvj_films8452
      @Tvj_films8452 ปีที่แล้ว

      Not everyone built the same. Lebron got crazy miles on his body and he was ok.

    • @Bigmojojo
      @Bigmojojo 10 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      ​@@Tvj_films8452 Lebron also played other sports and had common sense on how to take care of himself. He's also a freak of nature like Shaq was.

    • @Betobilletes
      @Betobilletes 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@Bigmojojohe also doesn’t use bbb kicks lmao

  • @ChristianElijahDickens
    @ChristianElijahDickens 5 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

    There’s a good lesson to learn from this. No matter family or not, good intentions or bad intentions, you have to learn to say no. Saying no doesn’t mean you can’t support your families and their dreams, but not at the sake of your gifts God have bestowed upon you

  • @FupaDoncic
    @FupaDoncic ปีที่แล้ว +101

    Lonzo is solid, he was just forced to play off ball with Lebron. But he’s got his shot looking for fluid and his defense next to Caruso was great

    • @chulo9454
      @chulo9454 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Lonzo was the pg while with the Lakers even with LeBron there

    • @clarkdunford3132
      @clarkdunford3132 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@chulo9454 ya but they ran the offense through bron, lonzo wasn't given the freedom in LA that he had in Chicago

  • @DeMoNFLiP84
    @DeMoNFLiP84 ปีที่แล้ว +222

    I feel bad for Lonzo having to deal with the issues he has going on right now and i remember his daddy calling him "damaged goods". Hopefully he'll rebound from this.

    • @Fanofou82
      @Fanofou82 ปีที่แล้ว

      LOL typical NOG behavior Style over keeping your fucking ankles healthy

    • @bigtone7824
      @bigtone7824 ปีที่แล้ว +23

      That's pretty disgusting 😕

    • @SM-nz9ff
      @SM-nz9ff ปีที่แล้ว +1

      His dad is a disgusting POS

    • @natedoggcata
      @natedoggcata ปีที่แล้ว

      Their father is such a a disgusting human being that doesn't deserve a dime he's making off exploiting his kids

    • @walterlundy723
      @walterlundy723 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      His daddy called him damaged goods, in order to stress the importance of having your own. That went over weaker people's head.

  • @mrmartywaring
    @mrmartywaring ปีที่แล้ว +4

    I wish he can stay healthy. Chicago was the best situation for him & he had great chemistry with Derozan & Lavine

  • @gotgame9900
    @gotgame9900 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    This is confirmation the media does not know basketball. Anyone at home watching this video is better than Ben 😂

  • @jac1897
    @jac1897 ปีที่แล้ว +45

    His effect on his team is so apparent, even here they are lit up with joy just interacting or scoring a pass from him. Shit's beautiful. They are really having fun out there.

  • @darylbelous3375
    @darylbelous3375 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Anyone else notice that man and his impact on the game...1st seed then he gets hurt in Chicago..and even LA..they were playoff bound..🙏..

  • @AAYDOT
    @AAYDOT 11 หลายเดือนก่อน +3

    I just feel bad for a lot of these athletes and artists. You can tell that a lot of them don't have that type of emotional bond with their families or their coaches AKA parents. It is really sad to see

  • @liambenjamin2827
    @liambenjamin2827 ปีที่แล้ว +140

    i feel sorry for him, its a very entertaining to watch him play, his ceiling is just so high, the offensive capability and creativity, the defensive intensity he brings. i hope he makes a speedy recovery and be a superstar.

    • @Blake-ld7mx
      @Blake-ld7mx ปีที่แล้ว +3

      Why u feel sorry....Lonzo chilling until he can come back smh

    • @keyon11000
      @keyon11000 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      What are you guys talking about? He’s injured! His career isn’t over! His production is very high level when on the floor!

    • @batmanandrobin250
      @batmanandrobin250 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@keyon11000 you p.

    • @GrandsonfrmdaWIIIC
      @GrandsonfrmdaWIIIC ปีที่แล้ว

      @@Blake-ld7mx they kids bruh they don’t actually watch espn or get they info from official sources they get their info from TH-cam if TH-cam say it’s a lie or it’s the truth that’s what they go off of until they see with their own eyes TH-cam is lying to them

    • @ZoeSimza
      @ZoeSimza ปีที่แล้ว

      Hopefully he can do that somewhere the fuck else because everyone wants him off the Bulls. He seems like a nice enough person, he's not an asshole or a guy with off the court problems, but everyone in Chicago is tired of his bum ass on our team.

  • @rkgsd
    @rkgsd ปีที่แล้ว +116

    I'm a physical therapist and based on what I've seen this father put his kids through, there's no question there's more wear and tear on the bodies of his sons. In effect, they have the mileage of an athlete about 10 years older.

    • @mshell1959
      @mshell1959 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      Yes. His father bares significant responsibility for set him up to wear out.

    • @chrisreid4711
      @chrisreid4711 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      What have you seen him put his kids through?

    • @phillyjoejones5161
      @phillyjoejones5161 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      ​@@chrisreid4711 They haven't seen nothing. Just want to blame the father...cause, he makes it easy to do.

    • @chief8268
      @chief8268 ปีที่แล้ว

      nah, a lot of basketball players started playing since elementary school. I don't think it's just wear and tear for them. I doubt they have the same wear and tear as say Lebron who went to 8 straight final appearances and played 20 seasons as the main facilitator and scorer of every single game.

    • @chief8268
      @chief8268 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      also i would take those "i started playing since 2" stories coming from Lavar Ball as a grain of salt. That guy exaggerates everything he says.

  • @pupstar3989
    @pupstar3989 ปีที่แล้ว

    Man I remember that short stint when the lakers were good wit lonzo😢 u jus brought back forgotten memories

  • @goodsolonius7305
    @goodsolonius7305 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    My dad is 6'1", my mom is like 5'6" and I'm 6'5". Lonzos mom looks 6'5" and his dad like 6'6"

  • @henoccharlot708
    @henoccharlot708 ปีที่แล้ว +154

    This One Hurts As A Lonzo Fan 💔

    • @silverspadelord
      @silverspadelord ปีที่แล้ว +11

      Fr he gone shake back tho

    • @henoccharlot708
      @henoccharlot708 ปีที่แล้ว +10

      @@silverspadelord I Hope So Because Lower Body Injuries Scare Me For Basketball Players

    • @ninety1nethagawd
      @ninety1nethagawd ปีที่แล้ว +5

      its not alotta us but all three of us are rooting for him. u wont believe how happy i was as a bulls fan when we got him AND caruso. i knew he was ready to show what he could do and then the knee. as a bulls fan u wont believe how terrified i am about his future 😪

    • @qb335
      @qb335 ปีที่แล้ว

      Nigga you knew his career was gonna fail soon as his dad with the shit stain tooth was talking wild about curry and Michael Jordan.🤦🏿

    • @reelcrib5811
      @reelcrib5811 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      @@ninety1nethagawd make that 4 of us

  • @joshuapatrick682
    @joshuapatrick682 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    Well he has a net worth of 35,000,000 and his dad even managed to get a slice of the pie with a comfy 4 million himself so something tells me they won in the game of life.

  • @randm4246
    @randm4246 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    An anonymous Bulls source just leaked that the team believes that Lonzo will never play again. The surgery he had, which was a cartilage transplant, is typically performed to give a patient a better quality of life, not bring a professional athlete back to the court.

  • @donthevalen
    @donthevalen ปีที่แล้ว +63

    As a lakers hater, I always loved Lavar Ball’s shenanigans and drama with the Lakers. Present day I appreciate him as a father and I hope to mirror his work with sons.

    • @kingchase6238
      @kingchase6238 ปีที่แล้ว

      Ew probably a Celtics fan

    • @coolpool4191
      @coolpool4191 ปีที่แล้ว +16

      Didn’t you just watch the video? The father is the primary reason lonzo aint balling rn

    • @Maltesfilm
      @Maltesfilm ปีที่แล้ว

      Maybe he is a good father, I’m not gonna judge him on that, but god damn is he obnoxious.

    • @amazingsil
      @amazingsil ปีที่แล้ว +3

      nice satire lmao

    • @ewjiml
      @ewjiml ปีที่แล้ว +6

      You appreciate a father who took control of his eldest sons career and torpedoed it? Everyone hated Lonzo because of his father. Lavar also tried to force his 2nd son into the NBA even though it was obvious he was not cut out for the NBA.

  • @mrone3006
    @mrone3006 ปีที่แล้ว +22

    Honestly Lonzo a good dude and a great player. I hate to see him get injured often.

  • @KDotz
    @KDotz 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Great video as always

  • @upper90soccercenter14
    @upper90soccercenter14 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    I had the same bone bruise,meniscus injury. I did stem cell and I feel great

  • @dogdbountyhunter7609
    @dogdbountyhunter7609 ปีที่แล้ว +17

    You couldn't have foreseen it when making this but at 1:18 you mention the all-star level talent and Markkanen deserves to be considered a top 5-6 player of this class currently. He's really exploded onto the scene

  • @Steve-wo9uy
    @Steve-wo9uy ปีที่แล้ว +25

    it is pretty amazing he can actually adjust his shooting,, this is very very hard to do, takes a LOT of effort, mentally and physically. Despite his family, he is actually a very likable person, this is just sad

  • @dlebb8322
    @dlebb8322 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Idk, old school nba players played in Chuck Taylors and they seem to be fine

  • @sheckyfeinstein
    @sheckyfeinstein 20 ชั่วโมงที่ผ่านมา

    Dad: Loud and annoying. Lonzo: Would like to have seen him play more.

  • @bonk668
    @bonk668 ปีที่แล้ว +29

    Its always a good day when Dylan posts.

  • @josemarquez6711
    @josemarquez6711 ปีที่แล้ว +11

    Daaaaang!! This was a tough one! Lonzo a beast when healthy. His blind allegiance to his dads BBB shoes was his downfall that’s crazy

  • @kybelian
    @kybelian ปีที่แล้ว +3

    They are perfecting their dunks at an early age ‘trying to be like Mike’ giving tremendous impact on their knees. Then developing muscles too powerful for their tendons and ligaments putting an emphasis on an air game instead of a floor game

  • @GARBO96
    @GARBO96 ปีที่แล้ว +6

    What competent team sees a players sneakers explode at the end of every quarter and still lets them play in those

    • @aamcaamc
      @aamcaamc ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Checks notes, Lakers 3-10 this year.

  • @BDyoungster1997
    @BDyoungster1997 ปีที่แล้ว +16

    it's like D-Rose over and over and over, with every athlete.
    Damn, the world is getting too fast, the collective body and mental of all people is showing

    • @kuroshm
      @kuroshm ปีที่แล้ว

      Damn the absolute disrespect on Derek Rose😂. The man actually has skill and an mvp

  • @arcadion448
    @arcadion448 21 วันที่ผ่านมา +1

    25:36 - running up hills is actually bad for your knees. The African runners run on flat terrain, their advantage is that it's so high in elevation (Kipchoge runs at 2.5K elevation) when they run in other locale - they're used to the lack of oxygen.

  • @palerider2890
    @palerider2890 3 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    His biggest kryptonite: toxic father.

  • @rodrickgamwo9149
    @rodrickgamwo9149 ปีที่แล้ว +17

    I tell people this all the time that we tend to think of injuries as “unlucky”. Which they partly are because me and my little brother lived the same lives yet he’s more injury prone, but also a style of play like Derrick rose is something that is hard to produce for countless years. Yes you played ball all day everyday since you were 3, but maybe that’s why your body is giving out in ur mid 20s. Yes maybe you go to the gym after games but maybe that’s why you body never gets time to heal. Maybe you’re the best person on the ball but it’s because you never put time in the gym. In soccer my team is currently super injury prone because the style of play we played was so much running that it won us a lot of trophies And games but it’s starting to catch up the players. In summary injuries aren’t solely based off luck. To be a great athlete you also have to plan how to be great without burning out. But I pray for Lonzo though

    • @jokerofmorocco
      @jokerofmorocco ปีที่แล้ว +4

      Contactless injuries due to wear and tear are usually much harder to recover from. This is also why, even though hockey is a more physical game than basketball while also having a 82 games, hockey players are usually able to play for longer and be good for longer compared to basketball players due to the fact they might suffer more injuries like cuts and bruises but the act of skating is not as harsh on their knees or legs as basketball players

    • @Taurox220
      @Taurox220 ปีที่แล้ว

      ​@jokerofmorocco the types of injuries from jumping and landing wrong are also pretty serious

    • @leob4403
      @leob4403 ปีที่แล้ว

      ​@@jokerofmorocco also racket sports have a huge advantage in that there are no collision injuries

  • @jessISaRicePrincess
    @jessISaRicePrincess ปีที่แล้ว +21

    This new guys that played ludicrous amount of basketball from young age is gonna have obviously advance wear and tear to their body upon entering the NBA. I bet lonzo and zion have more damage to their body upon entering the NBA than players like curry and lebron had when they first entered

    • @dacloffeblack
      @dacloffeblack ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Matt Barnes talked about this very thing. He said that’s why he doesn’t pressure/push his sons right now because by the time these kids get the pros they’re already fragile for injury.

  • @stanfordhiga2135
    @stanfordhiga2135 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    It was his trash shoes. He needed professional training. Proper body mechanics is key to staying injury free

    • @mandu6665
      @mandu6665 ปีที่แล้ว

      His dumbass dad putting $$$ over his son's long term health by ignoring Nike and Adidas's decades of shoe research, player feedback, a wide range of sports performance shoe data, teams of expert sports shoe designers and engineers, and millions of dollars to fund it all is ridiculous. What a clown.

  • @briancrawford69
    @briancrawford69 7 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Working out before a kid is physically ready actually does more damage. I wasn't allowed to touch weights until about 15 or 16

  • @jgray2718
    @jgray2718 ปีที่แล้ว +21

    I'm a lifelong Laker fan and I always liked Lonzo. He was a bad shooter as a rookie and barely decent his second year, but he was very good at literally everything else (passing, defense, rebounding, general game awareness) and he's one of the best outlet passers of all time, right up there with Bird, Kevin Love, and D Wade. He also seems like a nice kid; probably too quiet for LA, but the sort of dude I love to root for. I really hope he gets better. I think he's a legit all star if he's healthy.

    • @smyzo
      @smyzo ปีที่แล้ว

      He was a bust. He averaged 12 points a game, never won, and we had to listen to clowns like you compare him to all time greats. What clown generation.

    • @jgray2718
      @jgray2718 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@smyzo He isn't a bust. He's an excellent player who has to listen to morons like you who only understand "Man who make ball go in best player!!1! All other players bad!" You're the kind of "old timer" who thinks Stephon Marbury is a better player than Jason Kidd because he scored more, that Robert Horry is an all-time great because he won 7 rings, and that Theo Ratliff was a worthless bust because he only averaged 7.2 points per game.
      I'm so glad people like you are getting aged out of the game. It's a fun sport when we don't have to deal with you.

    • @smyzo
      @smyzo ปีที่แล้ว

      @@jgray2718 Nah, he’s a bust. He’s was supposed to be a franchise player, he’s a role player who never made the playoffs. That’s a bust.

    • @lilsyrupp5989
      @lilsyrupp5989 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@smyzoyou don’t know what a role player is. you are ignorant

    • @smyzo
      @smyzo ปีที่แล้ว

      @@lilsyrupp5989 OK but I know what a bust is.

  • @GARBO96
    @GARBO96 ปีที่แล้ว +23

    Listen I was the same as Lonzo sometimes kids need to learn when to stop listening to the parents.

    • @unitempt7975
      @unitempt7975 ปีที่แล้ว

      How?

    • @laurocoman
      @laurocoman ปีที่แล้ว +2

      What about the Bulls when they rushed him back? It's not ONLY the parents. Sometimes kids need to learn that nobody knows you better than yourself and it's better to listen to everyone, but then making the big calls yourself.

    • @GARBO96
      @GARBO96 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@laurocoman was it the bulls that forced him to play 2 years in shoes that kept breaking every quarter or was it the fact that he wouldn't disobey his father 🤡

    • @GARBO96
      @GARBO96 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @@unitempt7975 how what

    • @geraldking9385
      @geraldking9385 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      Bro u are slow

  • @karu6111
    @karu6111 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    His time in Chicago was looking really promising, they were he most exciting team to watch.

  • @robertthomas1569
    @robertthomas1569 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +4

    Who passes up Nike?

  • @djblue056
    @djblue056 ปีที่แล้ว +90

    This really opened my eyes. I thought you had to train that hard as a teenager to even be considered for the NBA. And I thought that cardio work outs like what Lonzo did would improve your condition. I didn’t think it would actually make things worse for you in the long run. Curious to know what type of training Tatum, Mitchell, and Fox did cuz they’re healthy most of the time

    • @vlada
      @vlada ปีที่แล้ว +31

      Intensity, rest, recuperation and biochemical efficiency and safety are very important factors that professional trainers prioritize. As opposed to bro dad workouts combined with what they did "back in the day" which are more likely lead to injuries.
      Fox has been plagued by a minimum one 4-8week injury since his rookie yr.
      Tatum's trainer is Drew Hanlen, he says last year they concentrated on bulking him up while this summer they concentrate on strenght and flexibility. dont kniw about Mitchell.

    • @streetdisciple30
      @streetdisciple30 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      If he didn't do all that work out...do you think we would have heard about him or would it have gotten him this far? Nope big ups to his dad made the NBA nearly 100 million and now hos kid brother doing highly well and part of the nex big thing in this generation...

    • @cornpopsrazor5375
      @cornpopsrazor5375 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      @@vlada It is the specialization that is the problem.....same routines year after year........it isn't the "back in the day".....because honestly I don't remember so many guys missing games to injury in all of the major sports. A good example of variety is Walter Payton....he ran track, played the drums and was in the marching band long before he ever started playing football....didn't start till he was a jr in high school......the guy missed one game his whole career and took a beating and dished out beatings running behind crappy offensive lines for half of his career........running backs now are lucky if they last 5 or 6 yrs. Olajuwon would be another great example.

    • @explosive214
      @explosive214 ปีที่แล้ว +16

      I don't think training at a young age has anything to do with it. It's more about programming your workouts to allow for sufficient recovery. If you don't allow your body to sufficiently recover from workouts or if your workout routine methods are bad, you run into a higher risk for injury. Working out shouldn't be about running your body to the ground but more about slowly progressing your workouts at a comfortable pace to what your body can handle.

    • @rizzmix3595
      @rizzmix3595 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      You need to train like a mad man to make the NBA.

  • @yougod7253
    @yougod7253 7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    A high upper, pulled nice and tight, straps the ankle into place, giving that joint more support and preventing it from twisting dangerously.

  • @BOnYTB
    @BOnYTB ปีที่แล้ว +3

    He’s basically already been ruled out for 23-24 man. This is not good. I truly hope he can play again, I hope he can play again next season and be 100%. But it’s not looking great.
    It’s incredibly unfortunate because he was so good. Like the perfect complimentary guard next to basically anyone. Passing, unselfish, smart, great defender especially on ball, size, and a knockdown C&S 3P shooter. So many more. This dude was gonna make hundreds of millions of dollars and have a very very long career. He’s already gtd to make $113M, but I’m talking WAYYYY more than that.
    Just sucks. As a bball fan, he was awesome to watch. I always root for these guys to do well. Beyond that I hope if bball isn’t in his future, he can at least be healthy in his every day life. Bc right now the reports are downright scary.

  • @Colecruzin
    @Colecruzin ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Man I always loved to watch Lonzo highlight reels back in the day it blew my mind how good he was I hate when players get injured bad and it ruins their career I hope he can return somehow

  • @angelmichaelmezamedrano1776
    @angelmichaelmezamedrano1776 ปีที่แล้ว +23

    Get well soon Lonzo, that's all we hope. He was the reason, I started loving Basketball so I wish he could stay healthy.

  • @RobbieT015
    @RobbieT015 4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    So true with those rubber bands ,i tryed it once and already Fing hurted my knee on places i didnt know i had them and it was not muscle pain

  • @TanoookiMario377
    @TanoookiMario377 2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Lonzo and Markelle in college as the outro photo and the music are just perfect together

  • @jamivish3378
    @jamivish3378 ปีที่แล้ว +57

    Man I feel terrible for the guy, I really hope he gets healthy and is able to have a successful rest of his career that is injury free.

    • @stevehorton7524
      @stevehorton7524 ปีที่แล้ว

      And you hope he disowns his father too right ????

    • @jamivish3378
      @jamivish3378 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@stevehorton7524 no why tf would someone hope for that???

    • @stevehorton7524
      @stevehorton7524 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@jamivish3378 cause that's how y'all are.

    • @arsenioseslpodcast3143
      @arsenioseslpodcast3143 ปีที่แล้ว

      He and his brothers were overrated and trash from the beginning. LaMelo made the all star game like 2-4 years ago, no? And that was HILARIOUS...goes to show you how repulsive the NBA is now. These boys were bench warmers at best, and their loud-mouthed, T.H.UG father did't help

    • @jamesross9906
      @jamesross9906 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      His career is over his father killed him with those crappy sneakers

  • @tburgzkta
    @tburgzkta ปีที่แล้ว +21

    I only know of the Ball family from their dad's antics I'm not a huge basketball fan. I assumed he was an overrated player but watching this showed me different and even made me root for his future in the NBA. Hope he gets healthy enough to play again

    • @chrispbacon6810
      @chrispbacon6810 ปีที่แล้ว

      Nobody cares goofy

    • @tburgzkta
      @tburgzkta ปีที่แล้ว +2

      @@chrispbacon6810 ???

    • @chrispbacon6810
      @chrispbacon6810 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@tburgzkta stop being gay

    • @DC_R
      @DC_R ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@chrispbacon6810 🤦🏾‍♂️ You Ain't Go No Business Using The Word "Goofy"

    • @chrispbacon6810
      @chrispbacon6810 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@DC_R I was wondering when his boyfriend would come to the rescue

  • @iranhackworth4142
    @iranhackworth4142 ปีที่แล้ว +14

    That father has sickened the world . He meant well, but it is hurting his sons. Poor kid. I feel sorry for him.

    • @whuang03
      @whuang03 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      what do you mean "he means well?" He wants to use his kids to build his own empire and it failed miserably and cost his kids NBA career.

  • @prestondickson1920
    @prestondickson1920 2 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    That donkey kong aquatic ambience 😅 music at the end lol

  • @NbaLive4ever
    @NbaLive4ever ปีที่แล้ว +26

    Hoping for Zo to get a resurgence sometime soon in his career 🙏🏽 I was a fan and it’s tough to see this. Especially someone who was a “local celeb” in my area.

    • @halbouma6720
      @halbouma6720 ปีที่แล้ว +6

      I'm from Chicago so Bulls fan here, I'm hoping Derrick Rose can help Zo figure out how to stay healthy. Rose has found some way to stay in the league for many more years despite having many similar injuries to Zo.

    • @NbaLive4ever
      @NbaLive4ever ปีที่แล้ว

      @@halbouma6720 I can def see Zo still making an impact, his defense is great and his shot has improved tremendously since his Laker years! DRose can def help him out especially the day to day stuff and mental toughness to push through It

  • @malditoduende2140
    @malditoduende2140 ปีที่แล้ว +9

    Glad your back Dylan! It’s been a long month since I got to catch one of your videos! I like the way you keep them a little longer. I know 10 minutes is the goal for a lot of these sports TH-camrs, but you do you. Make Merch, we will buy

  • @analyticalinsight
    @analyticalinsight 5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Wow, I played baseball, football & basketball through my youth so I guess why injuries never derailed me

  • @pyroglyphicsglass
    @pyroglyphicsglass ปีที่แล้ว +2

    Honestly never been a fan because of his dad but I did see him single handedly destroy a really good Oregon team in one half when Oregon was up by 20. He made it to the nba, so did his bro. They’re talented, made lots of money. Everything wrong with lonzo is his dad. But his dad also got them to the nba….. it’s all about balance or extreme imbalance, all depends what you want in life

  • @Gio-pn9qn
    @Gio-pn9qn ปีที่แล้ว +11

    He’s an amazing 3 and D guard who also has the court vision and play making of an elite guard, his only problem is scoring but at this point if he never adds that he’s still an incredibly solid starting guard in the league for contending teams

    • @tomcalarco8196
      @tomcalarco8196 ปีที่แล้ว

      Jason Kidd was not a good shooter for most of his career. Later in his career, he developed a 3-pt shot.

  • @leonjustleon
    @leonjustleon ปีที่แล้ว +11

    Those Chino Hills highlights are legendary to this day.

  • @johndoe413
    @johndoe413 หลายเดือนก่อน

    The Starfox music at 21:21 got me😂
    Oh the nostalgia

  • @kennethscott4997
    @kennethscott4997 ปีที่แล้ว +20

    I'm one of those guys that put a ton of miles on his legs hooping as a child in bad shoes. My knees and ankles literally fell apart in my early 20's.

    • @leob4403
      @leob4403 ปีที่แล้ว

      Great plan for life right there, fall apart in your early 20s, I mean why wait until old age to destroy your body?

    • @josephstewart2827
      @josephstewart2827 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Playing in Chuck Taylor All-Stars definitely affected my career I think but I played a long time

    • @jonathanbaird8109
      @jonathanbaird8109 10 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      @@leob4403 What a shitty take. Obviously OP didn't mean to do it, he just didn't know better and didn't have anyone to teach him that what he was doing was wrong.