FILE – In this file photo from November 20, 2016, UCLA's Lonzo Ball (2) passes by his father, LaVar Ball (right), to greet family members after UCLA's Long Beach State NCAA college basketball game in Los Angeles had been defeated. By now, the entire basketball world knows that Lonzo Ball is a unique talent with a unique parent. (AP Photo / Michael Owen Baker, File)
LaVar Ball still wants his three sons to play together professionally.
That could not be made clearer when Lakers' top guard Lonzo Ball's father  98.7 Doug & Wolf FM Arizona's Sports Station to discuss why he told ESPN that he wants that his son plays for the Phoenix Suns – if Lonzo is actually traded on Thursday.
"I gave the Lakers the first right of refusal. I said, "Get all three of my boys and you have championships." They think I'm just talking, "said LaVar Ball.
" He fits better in Phoenix because they have some young athletes losing, they need a winning attitude , The Lakers gave my boy this attitude.
LaVar Ball built his brand Big Baller Brand from scratch as his sons Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo went through high school. He watched from afar as Lonzo went through his ups and downs at UCLA and two years with the Lakers.
LaVar Ball took a back seat in Los Angeles since LeBron James was in free negotiation at the Lakers last summer.
At least until Tuesday. At 98.7 FM, father Lakers devastated coach Luke Walton, pointing out that 21-year-old Lonzo would not play for the New Orleans Pelicans if he was involved in a package that would buy Los Angeles by Anthony Davis helps.
Brad Turner Los Angeles Times & # 39; The Lakers on Monday made an offer from Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Brandon Ingram, Rajon Rondo, Lance Stephenson, Michael Beasley and two first-round picks on table for New Orleans.
Davis has called for a deal from the Pelicans, even though they were reportedly worried about moving him, bearing in mind that he is under contract next season.
"Even if my son goes to New Orleans I can not get him to play," said LaVar Ball. "Phoenix, they may have the chance to win all three of my boys to win these championships and understand what it goes in winning. But I need all three of my boys on the field because 60 percent of the team is winning and they do not have to worry about how much money they will make.
"It's time for something new. The ball boys. "
LiAngelo Ball, 20, is a 6-foot-4 professional who has not attended college. He is not even considered as a European perspective and currently plays in his father's Junior Basketball Association.
The 17-year-old LaMelo Ball is a five-meter-long guard at the SPIRE Institute; He is considered an NBA-level candidate with natural passport and scoring skills similar to Lonzo. However, it remains to be seen how his immature game would lead to a more structured environment (ESPN's 2020 NBA bill has brought LaMelo to 33rd overall.)
During LaVar Ball's interview with Doug & Wolf he wrote to his son, that he had made the Lakers role-players better, and took note of his son's previous form for his jump shot – the UCLA version He saw 41 percent of three shoot, not the one in which Lonzo shot 41 percent this year
"You do not even hear about Kuzma if Lonzo does not get him into the Las Vegas Summer League," LaVar Ball said, "Do you see every time Kuzma plays alone?" (Josh) Hard on my own, you get nothing They do not get anything, they look worn out.
"Lonzo, he makes everyone better, how can you make everyone better if you let four people dribble the ball on the court? You've got him in one ne corner put. They try to make it a 3-and-D type. He was a guy controlling the game. You can not control the game by sitting on the bench and getting it in and out of the game.
LaVar Ball said he would not be a distraction if his son came to Phoenix – with a huge, very large reserve and a clear motive to reunite his sons.
"When a coach stands behind Lonzo and has confidence in him, I'm cool. "Because that's when he's very successful, he was successful in AAU, high school, and college." For the guys were 110 percent behind him, and that half (Expletive) does not work.
"If you look at my boys, they win only one thing and since they are not defeated and Gelo and Melo win 60 games in a row, my boys do not lose too much." When they arrived at the Lakers, Luke Walton was the worst for Lonzo Coach of all time, as he had a lost mentality, he has lost for three years. "