Lonzo Ball went from being too passive in Portland on Thursday to being super aggressive against the Brooklyn Nets on Friday almost as fast as he can start a fast break after grabbing a rebound.
In a span of 24 hours, Ball went from taking only two shots in 28 minutes in a loss at Portland to playing as aggressively as he has all season -- aside from his 29-point outing in Phoenix in the second game of the season when he was feeling it offensively. It was as if he went from zero to 60 on offence
"I don't think he can ever be too aggressive, honestly," Lakers coach Luke Walton said. "I think there is a couple that he shot that probably the passes were available for him. But I think that is great for him. Get into that paint, learn at this level what it takes to take on that contact and finish and make those reads going downhill. Again, he had our highest plus-minus, he was aggressive getting downhill all game long and he had zero turnovers. I hope he does that next game, too.
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