Whenever chaos engulfed the UCLA basketball team during games this past season, Lonzo Ball usually had the perfect response.
Dribbling downcourt, instead of making his usual pass, he would suddenly stop from beyond the three-point line, trust his instincts, and fire.
Moon shot, big splash, order restored.
When it comes to figuring out what could be the most important draft pick in franchise history next week, the Lakers need to adopt the same philosophy.
Slow down, trust your instincts, take the big shot.
The Lakers need to ignore the growing piles of clutter and simply draft Ball, and while that’s been written here before, it bears repeating because it seems...