The Cavs Top 5 Game Changing Players Not Named LeBron James

After watching the Cleveland Cavaliers absolutely dominate the Boston Celtics, I think we can all agree, LeBron haters included, that the Cavs are the favorites to come out off the East. Can they beat the Warriors? That’s a question I’m still not ready to answer.

It saddens me to say that I was one of the many who thought the Cavs, entering this season, would dominate all year long. I even thought that once Isaiah Thomas was inserted into the lineup they would become even more unstoppable. So the lesson we all learned from this is that, unfortunately, the NBA is not fantasy sports. You can’t just throw statistically great players on one team (key word: statistically) and expect for everyone to just automatically be on the same page and for everything to work out perfectly. Great teams typically have players with diverse skill-sets who even each other out once they get on the court. The Cavs had proven scorers, most of whom were exiting or already out of their prime, and unreliable defenders. At its worst, it’s a recipe for disaster. And we clearly saw it at the very worst.

With their most recent acquisitions, this looks like a whole new team. So let’s jump in. Here is my list of top 5 game changing players for the Cleveland Cavaliers. In fairness, since he is the greatest player on the planet, I’ve excluded LeBron from this list.

5. Cedi Osman


Who is this guy? I didn’t even know he was on the team till a couple days ago. Cedi Osman is the Cavs’ rookie from Turkey who was recently inserted into the starting lineup, though this likely won’t last for too long now that Rodney Hood is with the team. In Osman’s first NBA start, he put up 16 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists. With his strength and speed, he’s shown he can be a capable scorer and playmaker while also being very aggressive on the defensive end.

If Osman gets playing time, he has shown he can make an impact on the floor. However, once Kevin Love is back from injury it’s very unlikely that Osman will be receiving any minutes at all. He probably knows this, so look for him to go all out as he continues to play this season. Keep this guy on your watch list in deep fantasy basketball leagues.

4. Jordan Clarkson


For the past couple seasons, I’ve considered Jordan Clarkson (when he was in LA) as the Marcus Smart of the West so acquiring arguably the best point guard off the bench in the league was a huge acquisition by the Cavaliers. He can do everything from hit the open 3, to drive and score or dish to the open teammate, and he can also defend. He will be the energizer bunny off the bench, which is huge since there are now a lot of “top heavy” teams in the league meaning that the bench usually consist of sub par players.

Jordan Clarkson will likely never be a consistent starting point guard in the NBA but he is clearly at his best when you look at him as the Lou Williams/ Jamal Crawford type who can come off the bench and completely change the game for the team.

3. George Hill


George Hill is the definition of efficiency in the NBA. He doesn’t try to do too much and never does too little. This is the type of guy that will work perfectly in a LeBron James-run offense. I know, Hill by no means is anywhere near the talent Kyrie Irving was for the Cavs but, hey, LeBron won two championships with Mario Chalmers as his point guard so I’m sure this can work.

One of the many good things about George Hill is that he is battle tested and has been through tough playoff match-ups when he was on the Indiana Pacers, which seems like forever ago. Don’t be surprised if we see Hill as a go to guy in the clutch whether it is defensively or on the offensive end. Hey, he’s done it before.

2. Rodney Hood


By far, the biggest acquisition the Cavs made by the trade deadline was getting Rodney Hood. Tyronn Lue should keep Hood coming off the bench but give him starters’ minutes. This way when LeBron needs to rest, Hood can go in and dominate, and then they can go ahead and bring him in the game in crunch time moments.

Rodney Hood is the Cavs’ closest next person to be able to go on the court and, efficiently create his own shot. The crazy thing is that he’s only getting better, which is why Coach Lue will likely have no choice but to place Hood in the starting lineup.

1. Kevin Love


Coming off of reports that teammates (aka Isaiah Thomas) was blaming Kevin Love for the Cavs’ struggles and deserting the team, I think it was a blessing in disguise that Love got injured. It really showed that he is a key component to this team. Before Isaiah Thomas came back from injury, Love was having his best stretch of games in a Cleveland Cavaliers uniform. He was playing like the best power forward in the game (of course, not named Anthony Davis) and this was because the team had constant ball movement, allowing him to launch threes all game. And as Kevin Love does well offensively it gives him the momentum to be more aggressive and be a ball hog on the boards.

Kevin Love can most definitely demoralize another team when he starts to get it going offensively. It is unfortunate he quickly becomes the scapegoat whenever the Cavs’ play poorly but there’s a reason this team is still yet to trade him. Don’t forget, he was the man that defended unanimous MVP Stephen Curry one-on-one in the closing minute of game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals, which resulted in the Cavaliers obtaining their first NBA Title and completing the best finals comeback in NBA history. Think this way, Love will be back and well-rested for the playoffs. Watch out.

This new Cavs team hasn’t even practiced yet. Once all become familiar with one another by the time the playoffs begin, this will be one of the scariest teams in the NBA. And it’s really because this team has depth, their young and athletic, and it’s clear who the go-to guy is. But, of course, to actually know you have to play the game so time will tell whether or not this team is the real deal.

What are your thoughts? Do you agree with my top 5? And is this team ready to make a run for the title?

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Tom Brady / LeBron James: Why we continue to compare sports biggest athletes and clearly favor one over the other


The most overused acronym in sports is G.O.A.T. Fueled by debate shows on networks such as ESPN and FOX Sport 1, there is an ongoing argument and declaration that a person is the greatest of all time in his or her respective sport. We are now at a time where LeBron James is being talked about as the greatest NBA Player of all time and Tom Brady discussed as the greatest NFL Quarterback of all time. Though one plays football and the other basketball, sports fans and media frequently bring up Tom Brady when discussing LeBron James or vice versa to paint a metaphorical picture of what the GOAT should look like. However, the criticism clearly falls heavier on LeBron James and favoritism is always bestowed upon Tom Brady. Well here are my thoughts on the subject.

The Road to the Championship

LeBron James, playing in the weak Eastern Conference, has the easiest road to the NBA Finals every year. This is my favorite argument to listen to only because it’s so lame and lazy that it just sounds like an excuse for why LeBron can’t be the G.O.A.T. Getting to the NBA Finals every year is impressive no matter how you look at it. The way I see it, many notable NBA free agents stay west or join a western conference team to avoid LeBron James until absolutely necessary, which is in the NBA Finals. It will be interesting to see how many players start to move East if he goes West this offseason.

So LeBron James gets all of this criticism about the “easy” road to the finals but no one ever examines Tom Brady’s road to the Super Bowl. Let’s take a look at the teams that play in the same division as the New England Patriots: Buffalo Bills, New York Jets, and Miami Dolphins. All three teams have been absolutely terrible for as long as Brady has been in the league. And, yes, this includes the Rex Ryan led Jets that Pats fans were so afraid of. Each year, Brady has an easy road to the playoffs typically getting a bye week in the playoffs because his team is able to rack up wins against the three teams mentioned above during the season. So for the Divisional Round of the playoffs, they are usually facing one of the worst playoff seeds in the AFC. When you think about it, the usually well-rested Patriots’ first competitive playoff game is Conference Championship and then the Super Bowl.

Based on the path LeBron and Brady takes, Brady’s road appears easier than LeBron’s when you factor in how consistently poor the competition is in the AFC East and how well-rested the Pats are compared to the tough games the other teams have to endure beforehand as they vie for Super Bowl contention. In regards to LeBron, he does have an easy path but his greatness makes it look way too easy than it actually is.

One man has been accused of cheating and one has not

The worst LeBron may have been accused of is flopping, which is one of the more disgusting things players do to bait the referees into calling a foul. However, what can LeBron do if he is constantly driving to the basket and getting punched and slapped with no foul called. Overall, it is on the referees to determine what is a flop versus an actual foul and make that call accordingly.

Tom Brady, on the other hand, has been mentioned with allegations such as Deflategate. This is actual cheating, but surprisingly it’s never compared to steroid use in baseball where players like Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens will never fully get the credit they deserve because their names were mentioned with an ugly allegation. I’m not saying that Tom Brady shouldn’t be a Hall of Famer, but no G.O.A.T. should ever be mentioned in the same sentence as cheating.

Take LeBron off the Cavs / Take Brady off the Pats 

Take LeBron James off the Cleveland Cavaliers. We’ve seen it. They are in the lottery every year. Let’s go further. Take him off the Miami Heat. Their chances of winning the championship are reduced to zero percent. What we do know, which ever team he is on, they are instant contenders in a star-studded league.

Take Tom Brady off the New England Patriots. We’ve seen it. 2008 with Matt Cassel. Matt who? In a year where Brady went down with injury, Matt Cassel stepped in and had arguably his best year as a pro. Matt Cassel, by no means, will go down as one of the greats but he was able to fill such a role when his number was called. And then most recently, when Brady was suspended for Deflategate, Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett (two young QBs) were able to step in and earn some wins. The only constant in this matter is Head Coach Bill Belichick, who should be given the most credit for the Patriots success over the years. It makes one wonder, what would Tom Brady’s career look like if he played under anyone other than Bill Belichick?

Greatest of All Time

Sacramento Kings v Chicago Bulls

LeBron James and Tom Brady, statistically, are two of the best to play in their respective sports and both will be missed when it is time for them to depart the game. However, I would label neither as the G.O.A.T. because of reasons mentioned above.

I would take only one player over LeBron James and that is Michael Jordan. Jordan never had an easy road to the finals, and faced multiple (at the time) future Hall of Famers before getting to the finals and winning every time he got there. Many proclaim Jordan as the G.O.A.T. in basketball and I most certainly agree, but it’s really hard to compare him to centers like Kareem Abdul Jabbar or Bill Russell since they played different positions and the role of a center versus a shooting guard is a drastic change.

I would only take Brady if he and Belichick came as a packaged deal. They are the greatest Head Coach/QB duo in sports. Other than that, there are many other quarterbacks I would take over Brady from Joe Montana to Bret Favre. From Peyton Manning to Aaron Rodgers. I’m sorry but Brady lost to Nick Foles and Eli Manning (twice!) in the Super Bowl. The guys I just mentioned lost to QBs such as John Elway, Drew Brees, and Russell Wilson.

This idea of a player being a G.O.A.T. is thrown out so easily that it really defeats how sacred the term should actually be. Growing up, the amount of times I heard Kobe Bryant being mentioned as the greatest basketball player of all time and even having to listen to the whispers regarding Stephen Curry being compared to LeBron James and Michael Jordan the year he won unanimous MVP was just ridiculous.

It’s okay if sports fans make these preposterous declarations because most of us sports fans really don’t know anything. But to tune into a show and listen to analysts, who get paid to do research and provide accurate and compelling information to viewers, make statements that are downright insulting to the game really shows how much a “prisoner of the moment” even members of the media become as they watch the game. This notion of being a prisoner of the moment is part of sports, but it’s hard to take anyone’s opinion/information seriously if one week they make an argument then the next week they say something that completely contradicts their previous statement. With the Pats most recent Super Bowl loss, hopefully we’ll cool it with the Tom Brady G.O.A.T. talks for a while.

I’ll leave with this. In order for someone to truly be the greatest, a la Muhammad Ali, the term can’t thrown out so loosely because it ultimately undermines its value. Let’s wait to see how players end his or her career and see how it compares to the greats before boldly and irresponsibly associating terms like G.O.A.T. with their name.

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Blake Griffin traded to the Detroit Pistons


Yesterday evening, it was announced Blake Griffin was traded to the Detroit Pistons from the Los Angeles Clippers. This trade blind-sided the league, since most of the season it was speculated the Clippers were moving DeAndre Jordan and recently rumored to be moving Lou Williams. To add, Blake Griffin just signed a 171 million dollar contract this past summer. And with Chris Paul gone, it seemed like this was Blake’s team for the foreseeable future. Clearly, the Clippers have a different plan regarding the direction they are headed in.

Here are the trade details:

Los Angeles Clippers get: Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley, Boban Marjanovic, 1st round pick (Top-4 protected pick in 2018), 2nd round pick

Detroit Pistons get: Blake Griffin, Bryce Johnson, Willie Reed

Impact on the Los Angeles Clippers

With this trade, the Clippers are obviously thinking to rebuild. They currently have no franchise player and their best player, DeAndre Jordan, is likely to leave in free agency at the end of this season. It is likely that the Clippers will trade both DeAndre Jordan and Lou Williams before the trade deadline with the Cleveland Cavaliers being the frontrunners in both respects. With the addition of Tobias Harris and Avery Bradley and possible other moves they will make before the deadline, the Clippers may be giving up on the playoff hunt this season and are trying to put the pieces together to make a run in the future.

Over the summer, the Clippers acquired Jerry West as a consultant for the franchise. Jerry West is not only known for being one of the best point guards of all time but also one of the best basketball minds in the game today. He is partly responsible for some of the more recent success of the Los Angeles Lakers as well as helping the Golden State Warriors get to where they are today.

Once Jerry West arrived to the Clippers, he immediately took away GM responsibilities from Doc Rivers and made him solely focus on coaching. With Chris Paul and Blake Griffin gone, and DeAndre Jordan almost out the door, it’s likely Doc Rivers will be gone sooner than later. It’s easy to predict that Doc Rivers will not be coaching the Clippers next season.

Impact on the Detroit Pistons

As one team falls, another rises. Though they had to give up some key pieces to get Blake Griffin, the Pistons should be able to reap the benefits of having one of the best power forwards in the game. Without Chris Paul, Griffin showed he is capable of hitting the mid range and the occasional three pointer. Additionally, his ball handling has improved and he is displaying his capability of running the offense even as a big man.

With the west still stacked with talent, it’s good to see this shift in the NBA. Now that Blake is in Detroit, this might shake up where future free agents might consider playing. The east is still by far the weaker conference, so if another star were able to join up with Griffin in Detroit they will definitely be a team no one wants to face in the playoffs. However, they still need to add a couple key rotation players and pray to the basketball gods that Blake Griffin remains healthy. By even mentioning this, I think I just jinxed his chances of finishing this season injury-free.

The trade deadline is Thursday February 8th at 3pm. Once again, get your popcorn ready as this soap opera of a season is only getting better.

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Get your popcorn ready. Kawhi Leonard is almost ready to return from injury.


San Antonio Spurs fans can finally breathe as their superstar, Kawhi Leonard, is almost set to return from his quad injury. From the start of the season, I was hoping that he wouldn’t be out for too long but with the Spurs keeping tight-lipped regarding his progress it has been difficult to figure out when he would return. With their head coach, Gregg Popovich, finally coming out to say that Kawhi is close to returning, that is a very good sign that there has been significant improvements in his rehab. According to Popovich, Kawhi “is starting to feel in a little bit better shape and feeling more confident.” Of course, Kawhi will have to convince Popovich that he his ready to return before the coach puts his most valuable asset back onto the court.

This is surely great news. From what I’m hearing, Kawhi Leonard should most definitely be back before Christmas. So if you have him in fantasy leagues, now is the time to start considering who you will eventually need to drop to add him back onto your bench from the injured reserved list. Fantasy sports won’t be the only thing heating up as the western conference will become a lot more interesting as contending teams brace for his return.

The Spurs have somehow maintained third place in the western conference with Kawhi out since the start of the season. With no big name player in their lineup in a star-dependent league, it is amazing to still see that TEAMS when games. Not just placing three great players on a team and expect them to be an instant contender. As the great King James once said, “Rome wasn’t built in one day.” Popovich has built this Spurs dynasty from the ground up and he has gotten it all figured out. No matter who is in the lineup, he finds a way to win. If Popovich has been able to sustain such a great record with this team so far, imagine how good they are going to be once Kawhi comes back. And with all this talk about the Rockets and Warriors, we need to start talking about adding the Spurs to this conversation.

Yep, get your popcorn ready.



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Let’s be thankful for a rivalry renewed

Playing against OKC would be “just another game,” Kevin Durant said…


Sorry, but in the words of Jay Z, “We don’t believe you, you need more people.” Any game featuring Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook will never be just another game. Not after going up on the Warriors 3-1. Not after leaving OKC to then join that team after they came back and beat you.

Last night, I was out bowling with some friends during the game and they had the Warriors-Thunder game playing on the majority of the TVs. And then it happened. They switched all of the monitors to show music videos instead of the basketball game. I was not having it. I went to one of the workers and asked him switch my monitor back to the game. As he walked with me, he whispered, “Fuck the Warriors.”  All I could do is giggle as clearly someone was in their feelings last night. Luckily the Thunder were smoking the Warriors, so he switched my TV back to the game. However, unfortunately for him, just about everyone in the bowling alley then asked him to switch their monitor back to the Warriors-Thunder game. As a sports fan, last night was a game that you did not want to miss.

I knew the Thunder were going to beat the Warriors. But, then again, I always think the Thunder are going to beat Warriors. And it was a very satisfying moment when that wish finally came through. Westbrook was a monster, dominating the game in all aspects. And this time he had help from his new teammates Carmelo Anthony and Paul George. Yes, this was a regular season game and though the only thing damaged were some egos, but this is a very good sign for the NBA. Last night proved that the Warriors are beatable and the Thunder currently have the blueprint to beat them.

This offseason, several teams (like OKC) signed and traded for players with the intent to beat the Warriors in the postseason. However, the start of the season has been a struggle for some as the Warriors are not the only team in the NBA and there are several teams they need to prepare for. But as teams start to get their act together and new teammates become more comfortable with one another, these games will become a lot more interesting. Critics like to say Lebron James has an easy road to the finals every year, but other than facing the Thunder in the playoffs a couple years ago, the Warriors road to the finals has been just as easy.  Barring another cheap shot by Zaza Pachulia, the Warriors will have their hands full in the playoffs by several Western conference teams that are geared up to beat them. As Westbrook told Durant last season, “I’m coming.” Yes, he is. And so is the rest of the league.

I hope you all are enjoying your Thanksgiving. It’s warm out here in Miami so I am headed to the beach.

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My Top 5 favorite players to watch so far this NBA season

Besides some injuries (Kawhi…still waiting), this has been a fun NBA season so far. Super Teams are proving not to be as “super” as we once thought they would be. The Celtics are continuing to tease Boston fans into thinking they will reach the NBA Finals this year. And there are players who are straight up balling right now.

I’ve complied a short list of players that are fun to watch so far this season. These guys are not necessarily my favorite players or my ranking of the best players in the league, but they are certainly surpassing expectations and wreaking havoc on the league in their own way.

Here you go:

5. Kristaps Porzingis


As a native New Yorker,  it brings me great pride and joy to see Kristaps Porzingis give us hope in the post-Melo era. Porzingis is playing like he’s from another planet right now. He has all the tools to be one of the best players in the league, and he plays for the Knicks. Now let’s all please knock on wood as this is the New York Knicks we are talking about. Averaging more than 27 points a game, Porzingis has lead the Knicks to their best start in recent memory. Dare I say playoffs? Okay, let’s not get ahead of ourselves but this guy definitely has the Knicks headed in the right direction.

4. Kyle Kuzma


I am so proud to say I drafted Kyle Kuzma in my 12-team fantasy draft, and yes I will go out of my way to remind you all of this all season long. There has been so much hype around him since the pre-season and he has not disappointed, unlike his teammate Lonzo Ball. Kuzma started the season coming off of the bench and has eased his way into the Los Angeles Lakers starting lineup. He is averaging around 16 points and 7 rebounds and, at power forward, can consistently score from deep. As a rookie, he is unexpectedly looking like the future for the Lakers and is quickly making his case for the Rookie of the Year Award.

3. James Harden


James Harden has been going hard…on offense. Okay, though he doesn’t play defense and has a coach that’s mostly known for offense, Harden does not disappoint when he steps onto the court. There used to be a debate on who is the top shooting guard in the league. Since Klay Thompson is a great two-way player, he has always been towards the top of the list. There is no longer a debate. Harden can score on anyone and has become one of the best passers in the league. First, Stephen Curry and then Russell Westbrook passed him over for MVP but this has to be his year.

2. Ben Simmons


Ben Simmons is the future. It might be a blessing in disguise that he was injured all of last season so he can become more NBA ready without having to showcase his skills too early and reveal any major weaknesses. His playmaking and ability to run the floor and get to the rim sets him apart from any rookie and already most players in the league. Averaging 18 points 9 rebounds and 8 assists, Simmons is looking like a future top player in the NBA.

1. Giannis Antetokounmpo


Giannis for MVP? At the very least he will give Harden a run for his money. The Greek Freak is leading the Milwaukee Bucks to be a legitimate contender in the Eastern Conference. Now averaging 30 points and 10 rebounds a game, he has gotten better every year and he is only 22. Sky. Is. The. Limit. Now that the Bucks acquired Eric Bledsoe, Giannis finally has a decent player at his side so it will be interesting to see if he can maintain this pace or if his numbers will start to decrease as the Bucks continue to surround him with better talent.

Though he did not make the list, Russell Westbrook is my favorite player. I’m sure as he begins to figure things out with Melo and PG3, and Lebron and the Cavs finally get serious, this list will likely see some changes.

Let me know..what would your list look like?

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Lonzo Ball and the Point Guard people are not comparing him to


Averaging 9.0 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 6.9 assists in the first 15 games of his NBA career,  Lonzo Ball has been the most talked about rookie this season. As the #2 overall pick in the draft, the expectations for Lonzo are higher than any rookie in recent memory. When you think about it, the most recent rookie that came into the NBA with such expectations was Lebron James. So now, with the hype of his father, many are predicting that Lonzo will help lead the Lakers back to their glory days. Well before we get ahead of ourselves, we need to accurately predict the type of player Lonzo Ball will turn out to be.

What we know so far

Though it’s been just 15 games, we all have been able to get a sense of what he can and cannot do. Let’s start with the positive. With the ability to push the ball up and down the court, he has the skill set to be one of the best floor generals in the game. And currently at 6’6, he is also able to get an above average amount of rebounds as well. He’s unselfish, and easily a point guard a lot of scorers would want to play with. Now let’s take a look at the negative. He can’t shoot or play defense, and his free throw shooting leaves much to be desired. Additionally, his body language has been criticized as too laid back, lacking a sense of urgency.

So far, he has been a disappointment based on the expectations set for him and based on how well other rookies in his draft class are playing, including teammate Kyle Kuzma. However, it’s still early. Look at Brandon Ingram. He was terrible in his rookie year. Now he’s looking pretty decent.

What is likely to happen

The longer he is in the NBA, the more he will develop. With that said, he will put on more muscle, which will positively impact his defense and ability to guard his man. His stamina will increase, which will allow him to play offense and defense more efficiently, thus impacting his field goal percentage and ability to run the floor. However, will this be enough to meet the expectations many have for him?

Lonzo Ball is currently being compared to the likes of Magic Johnson and Jason Kidd. You know, arguably the top 2 point guards of all time. The idea of Lonzo being as good as these two is not only is that an unfair expectation, but very likely an unrealistic one. There have been many great floor generals in the NBA, from John Stockton to Gary Payton to Jerry West – each having their having respective unique abilities that made them stand out from the average point guard.

While many have chosen to compare Lonzo Ball to Magic Johnson and Jason Kidd, here is the guy I am comparing him to…

Rajon Rondo

Boston Celtics v Cleveland Cavaliers

During, his time with the Boston Celtics, Rajon Rondo was one of the best point guards in the league as a 4x NBA All-Star, 2x NBA All-Defensive First Team, 3x NBA Assist Leader, and NBA All-Rookie Second Team while winning an NBA Championship with the Boston Celtics in 2008 as well as almost carrying his three future hall of fame teammates (Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Ray Allen) to a second championship but falling in game 7 to Kobe Bryant’s Los Angeles Lakers.

Though he couldn’t shoot well, Rondo was mainly known for his playmaking ability, rebounding, and basketball IQ. Now a member of New Orleans Pelicans, Rondo is a shell of himself but still has an elite playmaker with a high basketball IQ – such qualities that Lonzo Ball currently possesses. The one difference between the two is that Rondo is a fiercer competitor (just ask Kris Humphries). But as players continue to punish Lonzo on a nightly basis, that fire within him is likely to come out. The NBA is a sink or swim league. Sooner or later, Lonzo Ball will have to show everyone why he is worthy of all the hype.

Let me know what you think. Is this a fair comparison? Or is there someone else you think compares more to Lonzo Ball.



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