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Lonzo Ball Writes Touching Father's Day Letter to LaVar

17 June 2017

Now the Phoenix Suns are joining the party with the rumor circulating via ESPN Radio that they are looking to move up from the fourth pick to the second so that they can draft UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball. "Just having such a legend here watching me and kind of mentoring me a little bit and giving me advice just glad to be here in front of him and hopefully I impressed him", he added.

And I'm not talking about Fox's fit with the Sixers, either, but the modern National Basketball Association.

As for LaVar Ball's many outlandish claims, including that Lonzo, while still at UCLA, was already better than two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry, his son said, "When I think about it, confidence is the most important thing that I inherited from you". "You never know what's going to happen on draft night".

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"People may not see it, but I possess the very same confidence that you have".

"It's been a big year for my family, and I know we're just getting started", said the young point guard said in a press release for the commercial. It's helped me to never back down from a challenge and to stay true to myself. You just want to see the National Basketball Association career.

I'd prefer the Sixers take a guard with the third pick, but if they're going to Josh Jackson, I'm fine with that.

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"One of the things I admire most about you is that you don't really care what other people think", Ball wrote. And no matter what's thrown at me, I know you're always going to have my back. "I'm not really anxious about those guys". "If I didn't have you as an influence in my life, I don't think I'd be in the position I am today".

You can read the full Players' Tribune piece here, and if you're fortunate enough to have your dad in your life, maybe you can use this as inspiration to forgive him for some of his more embarrassing traits. Everything you've got, you've had to work for.

"And they weren't there when you were making sure that I always took care of business in the classroom and graduated from high school with a 4.0 GPA". I don't necessarily think he's markedly worse than Isaac or Fox, but he checks off the fewest boxes for me when it comes to the combination of skill and fit. And thank you for never apologizing for being you.

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Lonzo Ball Writes Touching Father's Day Letter to LaVar