LaMelo Ball’s preseason debut had a tad of everything.
The third pick in the draft by the Hornets, Ball didn’t score, missing every one of the five of his shots. In any case, the 6-foot-7 point guard had 10 bounce back and four assists while likewise committing four turnovers in 16 up-and-down minutes in a 111-100 misfortune to the Raptors.
Ball, who settled on the professional route as opposed to in college, was in play to be the No. 1 pick, however the Timberwolves eventually picked shooting guard Anthony Edwards. The Warriors picked James Wiseman at No. 2.
Ball streaked some gigantic ability in the opener, for example, a no-look pass on the move that prompted a Miles Bridges layup. Yet, his shot, a worry entering the draft, is clearly a work in advancement.
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