Watch Lonzo Ball's 29 point, 11 rebound, 9 assist game Friday night

Watch Lonzo Ball's 29 point, 11 rebound, 9 assist game Friday night

LaVar Ball took a shot at Patrick Beverley after the Clippers beat the Lakers on Thursday. Ball committed two turnovers while the Clippers' starting point man managed three boards, one assist and one block across 24-plus minutes.

While many gave a lot of credit to Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram's solid play on Friday against the Phoenix Suns, and considered it as the biggest reasons why the Los Angeles Lakers won their first game of the season, Luke Walton thinks another player set the tone for them on the night.

Beverley made Ball's debut miserable.

"So you got to be [all hard]", LaVar Ball said. "And your check still ain't going to go no higher than what it is". Who is Patrick Beverley? "He played all previous year and nobody said nothing about him", Ball said.

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Ingram struggled for the vast majority of preseason play, but looks good early on in the second game of the season. Because Lonzo's name is attached to it ... When he says he's going to get into someone, you know he means that he's going to do just that.

At $5,400, Beverley ended the game with 23.1 FanDuel points. Nobody is going to care about you. "I told [Lonzo] after the game, man, [that] due to all the riffraff his dad brings, he's going to get a lot of people coming at him".

About a month ago, LaVar Ball said a typical LaVar thing about his son Lonzo, and the blogs wrote about it in typical blog fashion, and the Twitters tweeted about it in typical Twitter fashion.