LaVar still hasn’t changed his mind, to no one’s great shock: “I still don’t think he’s better than my son,” the elder Ball said Wednesday night.
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Curry (28 points, seven assists) outdueled Lonzo (15 points, ten assists) last night in the Golden State Warriors’ 127-123 road overtime win against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Per NBC Sports Bay Area:
The subject turned to the Lonzo vs. Steph Curry storyline.
“I trained my son. I know what he’s about. You guys know what Steph is about from what you’ve seen. I don’t know what Steph is about. He’s a good player,” LaVar said.
“He’s a two-time MVP,” [NBC Sports Bay Area’s Kerith] Burke said.
“He can be a 10-time MVP. I still don’t think he’s better than my son,” LaVar retorted.